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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI ASTONISHING CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1896 NO 10 J- - docs not intend to draw tho color line or have official knowledge of any such line in this campaign As n conscquonco thero must bo a re- Â¬ adjustment of aOaira in Louisianna in which all tho Republican elements can get together and apportion electors or elso tho national comtnitteo will over- Â¬ from a Poll of Illinois Which look tho state organization Tho lily whites naturally figured on Shows 65000 Majority for getting tho recognition of tho national committee and placed a ticket in tho tho Democrats field which had on it no colored electors It was also figured that this ticket would get tho support of tho sugar men and in Allgelds Eloction Assurod and fact bo tho regular Republican ticket in tho state But Chaiiman llanna 1ms Bryan Electors Will Havo a spoiled tho plan Now matters in Louisiana nro apSurplus of Ballots proaching a point whero tho colortd voters will bo given n representation on tho ticket and a fusion between the allied Mr Sbwall is not Dissatisfied Republican sound mon y Democrats and Populists is likely or else the nation- Â¬ with tho Voto in al committee will undertake to run mat- Â¬ Maino ters down there Chairman Hanna has made it understood iu tho southern states that where the colored voto is a large proportion of tho whole it must And Thinks tho November Elecnot bo discriminated against or that at least any ticket that does discriminate tion Will Show a will not be recoguized by the national Change committee as regular Atlanta Constitu- Â¬ tion m8mmim8mmfflm THE HON JOHN C RESULT Slick Work Explains Tho Existing Parity In a Letter to Mr James P Holm Louisville How the Crime of 1873 Was Accomplished Mr President I now come to one of the most remarkable and to my mind one of the most fraudulent pieces of It gislation this or nuy other country ever saw I refer to the manner of the pas ae of the hill demon etizing silver I will not occupy the time of the Senate by going over the whole history of this most iniquitous transaction Mr Hooper since de- Â¬ ceased was at the time chairman of the committee having charge of a bill which had been referred to his committee and on May 27 1872 reported a substitute and moved to suspend the rules aud pass the substitute upon which motion among other things the following occurred which any Sena- tor can flud by turning to the Conoiikssionai Gloijb part 5 page 3883 and is as follows It iu On a Parity With All of His Lattor Day Uttorances A Silver Legal Tender For All Debls Â¬ Â¬ A Conservative Estimate OTHER POLITICAL NEWS NOTES The New York Mercury one of tho most conservative papers in tho country predicts with confidence tho election of III Sept 15 With great Bryan in November Chicago secrecy but great energy tho Demo-Â¬ Basing ita estimate on a thorough cratic state coinraitteo has beon mak- Â¬ study of tho situation as presented in ing a canvass of Illinois it is about tho various States of the Union The completed up to date and the result Mercury gives a table showing the num- Â¬ lias astonished the most sanguine of the ber of votes which each candidato will Chicago Democrats to whom the facts receive according to present indications The committee have been confided The following Is the table as construct has confidentially informed Chicago ed by this leading metropolitan daily leaders that a conservative estimate basVoto Doubt- - Voto D- m ed on actual lists of names assures a ful Rep Democratic majority of 30000 outside of Alabama 11 Cook county and H5000 in Cook county Arkansas 8 05000 on the total vote 0 California The lists of names include all former Colorado 4 Republicans who have Joined Bryan and Connecticut G Sewall clubs or have iu other ways de- Â¬ Delaware 3 clared their intention to vote for silver Florida 4 and all Democrats who have bolted or Georgia 13 suspected of any intention to vote the Idaho 3 bolting ticket Tho 05000 majority is Illinois 24 the net result of comparing the two lists Indiana 15 In confirmation of the Democratic Iowa 13 estimates a number of Republican ad-- Kansas 10 missions are making things look bluo Kentucky 13 for McKinley and black for John R Louisiana 8 Tanner It is absolutely certain that a Maine C prominent Republican leader from Maryland 8 Southern Illinois said emphatically last Massachusetts 15 week that Tanner wosalready badly beat 14 Michigan en and the Republican electoral ticket in Minntsota 0 danger lie said that the Republican Missippl 3 campaign managers privately conceded Missouri 17 Tanners defeat but hoped to pull the Montana 3 electoral ticket through on the supposi- Â¬ Nebraska 8 tion that Altgelds personal strength in Nevada 3 Chicago considerably exceeds the New Hampshire 4 Btrength of tho national Democratic 10 New Jersey ticket 30 NewYork 3 North Dakota mil dissatisfied North Carolina 11 23 Ho Tli I ii lea the November Item run Ohio Â¬ v Mr Holman I suppose it is intended to havo the bill read before it Is put upon its passage The Speaker The substitute will be n ad Mr Hooper of Massachusetts I hope not It is a long bill and thoeo who are interested iu it are perfectly familiar with its provisions Mr Kerr Tho rules cannot be suspended so as to dispense with the reading of the hill The Speaker They can be Mr Kerr I want the House to understand that it is attempted to put through this hill without being read Tho Speaker Does the gentleman from Massachusetts Mr Hooper move that the reading of the bill be dispensed with Mr Hooper of Massachusetts I will so frame my motion to suspend the rules that it will dispense with the reading of tho bill The Speaker Tho gentleman fioin Massachusetts moves that the rules be suspended and that the bill pass the reading thereof being dispensed with Mr Randall Cannot wo have a division of that motion 7 Tio Speaker A motion to suspend the rules cannot be divided Mr Randall 1 should like to have the hill read although I am willing that the rules shall be suspended as to the passage of the bill The question was put on suspending the rules aud passing the bill without reading ami tw thirds not voting iu favor thereof the rules were not suspended Mr Hooper of Massachusetts I now move that tho rules be suspend- Â¬ ed and tho substitute for tho bill in rolation to mints and coinage passed and I ask that tho substitute he read Tho clerk began to read tho substitute Mr Brooks Is that the original bill 7 The Speaker Tho motion of the gntlemau from Massachusetts Mr Hooper applies to tho substitute and that on which tho house is called to net is being read Mr Brooks As there is to be no debate the only chance wo havo to know what wo aro doing is to have both the bill and the substitute read Tho Speaker Tho motion of tho gentleman from Massachusetts being to suspend tho rules and pass the substitute it gives no choice between the two bills The House must either pass the substitute or none Mr Brooks How can wo choose between the original bill and the The following is a letter written last week by Mr John G Carlisle in answer to several questions asked him by Mr James P Helm of Louisville Your letter asking how tho silver dollars which contain a quanity of bullion commercially worth about fifty three cents each aro maintained at n parity with gold notwithstanding tho fact that tho Government does not directly re Â¬ deem them or tho certificates issued upon them in gold is received and as n great many inquiries ur on tho samo sub ject aro nddressed to mo dally from different parts of the country which it is impracticable to answer in detail I will take tho advantage of your favor to ans wer them all at once All the standard silver dollars issued from tho mints since tho passage of the act of 1878 now amounts to more thnn M33000000 havo been coined on public account from bullion purchased by the Government and aro legal tender iu piy ment of all debts public aud private without regard to the amount except when otherwise expressly etipuuted in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ With knowledge of these Hssuranrcs tho peoplo havo received these coin and have relied confidently upon tho good faith of their Government and tho con fidence tlius inspired has been a most potent factor in tho maintenance of the parity Tho public has been tatiffled that so long as our present monetary sjBtein is preserved tho Government will do whatever its moral obligations and express declarations require it to do and very largely us a consequence of this confidence iu the good faith of the exec utive authority tho silver coins have not depreciated in value It Is not doubted that whatever can be law fuly done to maintain natality in tho exchangeable value of the two metals will be done whenever it becomes necessary and al Â¬ though silver dollars and silver certio Â¬ rates have not up to the present tltno been received in exchange for gold yet if tho time shall overcome when tho par Â¬ ity can not ho maintained tuch ex changes will be ma lu It is tho duty of tho Secretary of tho Treasury and of other public olllcials to execute iu good faith the policy declared by Congress and whenever ho shall bo satisfied that tho silver dollar can not bo kept equal In purchasing power with tliu gold dollar except by receiving it in ex Â¬ change for the gold dollar when such exchange is demanded it will bo his du Â¬ ty to adopt that course But if our pres- Â¬ ent policy is adheared to aud the coinngo 1b kept within reasonable limits tho means heretofore employed for tho maintenance of tho parity will doubtless bo found sufficient iu the future and our silver dollars and the silver certificates will continue to circulate at par with gold thus enabling the people to use both metals instead of ouo only as would bo tho oaso if the parity was destroyed Â¬ Â¬ Cancer Of the Breast Mr A II Crausby of 158 Kerr St Memphis Tenn says that his wife paid no attention to a small lump which appeared in her breast but it soon de veloped into a cancer of the worst type nud notwithstanding the treatment of the best physicians It continued to spread nud grow rapidly eating two holes in her breast The doctors soon pronounced A her incurable celebrated NewYork specialist then treat ed her but she continued to grow worse and when informed that both her aunt and grandmother had belied wnKT JJlfttgave from cancer be the case up as hopeless bomcone then re commended SSS and though little hope remained she begun it and an improvement was no- Â¬ ticed The cancer commenced to heal and when she had taken several bottles it disappeared entirely and although sev eral years have elapsed not n sign of the disease has ever returned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W- IJmiMM Â¬ Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy SSS guaranteed purely vegetable is a real blood remedy and never fails to cure Cancer Eczema Rheumatism Scrofula or any other blood disease uur i o o k s will be mailed free to nny ad Â¬ Swift dress Specific Co Atlanta Ga IY1 sss Rev E CONFERENCE by free coinage substituto unless wo hear them both read 7 Tho Speaker Tho gentleman can vote ay or no on tho question whether this substitute shall be passed Mr Brooks 1 am very much iu the habit of voting no when I do not know what is going on Mr Holman lief ore the question is taken upon suspending tho rules and passing the bill I hope the gentleman from Massachusetts wilttixplain the leading changes mad by this hill In tho existing law especially in ref Â¬ It would seem that all of tho small coinage of the erence to the coinage country is intended to he recoiued Mr Hooper of Massachusetts This bill makes no changes in tho ex It does not n quire tho rccoinage of the small isting law in that regard coins sivui ior 4 Will Show u CIiiiiikc Oregon 4 Bath Me St pt 15 Mr Sewal re- Â¬ ceived the returns in the library of his homo iu this city Just before lie re- Â¬ tired last night he said Powers the Republican candidate for governor will have about 40000 majority I think we have gained in the country and that revised returns will reduce the Republican majority It is apparen however that the Republicans have bruught out their en- Â¬ tire voto all over the state This is the first important discharge of ammunition from tho monoy power against the producers of tho country The Republicans have spent more mon- Â¬ ey in Maine this election than they have ever spent before But we have accomplished a great deal Ninety days ogo wo did not have 5000 silver men in Maine To day 40000 or 60000 citizens voted for free silver this brief time Mr Manley has given out a low estimate of tne majority lie ex- Â¬ pected to increase the moral effects of to days figure The result however will be different from that which the Republican expected It will simply stimulate the Democrats all over the country to fight harder for tho victory in November We have an experience of that kind ourselves in 1880 In that year we carried the state iu September and the Republicans carried it in Novem- Â¬ ber That is the most significant thing I can see in this electiou Money has played an important part in the work how much lam not able to say but the Republicans have had a magnificent organization and an immense fund I see no discouragement in the result We should go on converting thousands to our side and if wo make as much pro- Â¬ gress in the next six weeks as we have anee the Chicago convention the result may surprise some people Mr So walls Bon who went over to the Republicans a few months ago did not vote to day b ing paired with a Democrat HANNA DENIE8 Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Total Total voto Necessary to elect 32 4 The question being taken on tho motion of Mr Hooper of Massachu setts it suspend the rules and piss the bill it was agreed to thore bein- gayes 110 noes 13 And so tho rules were suspended and the substituto passed without its ever being read or any member of that body knowing tho contents of it See speech of Senator Hen ford of West Virginia in Conoiiessiomu Re Â¬ 0 J 4 12 15 3 12 conn Dec 14 1877 page 200 4 4 0 12 3 81 Mr Fellows being pose of engaging in productive business for more gold stated that his haye placed themselves under obliga exchequer was exhausted of the yellow tions to the gold syndicate which lias placed itself behind the Republican canmetal I dont know how tho election is go didates Consequently when the money power ing in Kentucky but old Tennessee will try to follow Arkansas ixample in pulls the string tho employers of work- Â¬ roughness of it pressed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ November Cause of Present Ways Thero are somo features of the gold campaign that the worklngmen and wage earners are justified in subj ctlng to a very critical examination How does it happen for instance that in 1800 of all years those employers who have been so busily engaged in cut Â¬ ting down wages aud reducing expenses during the last four years should now he so solicitous in regard to tho wages From what of their worklngmen source does this unprecedented display of sympathy flow How does it happen that tho members of the gold syndicate and the interna Â¬ tional bankers who have their head Â¬ quarters in Wall street havo suddenly become so anxious in regard to tho Tint railways wages of worklngmen financed by and corporate interests these men have been engaged during the last threo years in discharging em- Â¬ ployes and cutting down wauea right and left if tho money power of working men it had ouly to say the wonl to its agents aud tho wholesale slaughter of would not have been the innocents begun much less carried The aggreÂ¬ gate loss of wages to the railroad men of this country alone is admitted by the New York Herald to have been more thau 30000000 during tho past threo years Does this result rhow that the men are oppoalug the free coinage of Bllver have any rial sympathy for the Wrklugmeu7 Why then this sudden display of In tenet in the worklngmen and their The answer Is very simple wages The railways are iu he hands of the Every manufacturing gold syndicate industry In the country of any import- Â¬ ance is under obligations to the money Simply because under power Why the gold standard there is no capital iu this country but the yellow metal and those who have borrowed It for the pur at 282 447 224 From the foregoing table it will be seen that the Mercury has included Iowa Michigan Minneesota New York and Wisconsin aggregating eighty four electoral votes iu the doubtful column Even with this number of votes uncertain enough States are considered safe to givo Bryan a majority of llfty elght votes in tho electoral college The outlook for Democratic success in November is exceedingly encouraging Â¬ TENNESSEE A Commercial Tourist Expresses How The Vote Will Be Buokner and Fellows Mtwtngcr Mr Fred D Gras writing from Nash- Â¬ to his friend Mr Ed ville Tenn Every- Â¬ Gueuther of this city eas thing down here is for silver General Bucknor with John R Fellows to aid Owimboro lngmen respoud by shedding crocodile tears over the prospect of low wages for the laboring men when free coinage is restored But what the toilers know is of more importance than what they are told by those who have a selfish interest in maintaining tho guld standard They know what their present condition is Are their wages as high as their prices as seruire as they were before this coun- Â¬ try was plunged headlonginto gold monometallism by Cleveland 7 If any wage earner is fool enough to be deceived by the transparent lies that are thrust in his face by the agents and tools of the gold power he doesnt de Â¬ serve to prosper Atlanta Constitution Â¬ RED HOT IN WISCONSIN The Republicans Getting Airaid Over T the ProbableRejnlt Tho battle is red hot in Wisconsin and the result is in doubt although tho sound money men declare that McKin- Â¬ ley will win easily said Mr R O llinea 6f that Btato to a Washington Pobt reporter In reality tho Republicans are very much afraid that McKiuley will not win aud they admit privately that Bryan has au enormous following The recent con- Â¬ vention of the Republican Leaims Clubs in Milwaukee was a perfect failure Pieparationa had been made for enter Â¬ taining a tremendous crowd of delegates and visitors Fireworks had been pur- Â¬ chased to the value of 1500 by the loÂ¬ cal comitteeand everything was in read Â¬ iness for a big display Well the num- Â¬ ber who came wan so small that the cit Â¬ izens were disgusted and the comlttee tried to resell the fireworks to the deal- Â¬ er they had bought of He would not take them back and they ft ore used for the delectation of the youth o the town after the delegates had gone away the contract between tho parties They belong to tho Government when coined and they are paid out by tho Government at a parity with gold for property and services of nil kinds and m iv d from tho people at a parity witli gold in the payment of all public dues and demands The Government has made no discrimination whatever between tho eoind of the two metals gold having been paid upon its coin obligations when gold was demanded and silver having been paid when silver was demauded Under this policy the coinage lins been so limited by law and tho policy of tho Treasury De partment that the amount coined has not become so great us to drive tho more valuable coin gold out of use and thus destroy the basis ofourmonetaiy system and so long as tho two metals are of un equal commercial value at the ratio es tablished by law this limitation upon the coinage ipy fu my opinion absolutely essential to tho maintenance of their parity in effecting exchanges It constitutes tho principal safeguard for tho protection of our currency against the depreciation which tho experience of all countries lias shown would other- Â¬ wise result from the attempt to uo two legal tender coins of thesime denomination hut of tint ial values If the limitation were removed confi dence iu tho ability of tint Government to oreservo equality iu the exchangeable value of the coins would lie destroyed and the parity wotdd ho lost long before the amount of silver coinage had h come really excessive With free and unlimited coinage of silver uu account of private individuals and corporations the Government would be uudt r no moral obligation to maiutafn the party and mortover it would ho unable to do so because the volume of overvalued silver forced into circulation by legal tender provision would soon expel gold from the country or put such a premium upon it that it would bo impossible to procure and hold in the Treasury a sufficient amouut to provide for the redemption of Iu order to silver upon presentation maintain the parity under such condi Â¬ tions the Government would be compelled from tho beginning to exchange gold for silver dollars and their paper whenever demanded representatives jiiBt as it now exchanges gold for its own notes when demauded and ai tho coin Â¬ age of silver dollars would bo unlimited aud therefore constantly increasing a point would soon ho reached where it would be impossible to continue the pro- Â¬ Tho implied obligacess of redemption tion of the Government to preserve the value of the money which It coins from its bullion and for its own nsa and which it foices its citizens to receive iu ex change for their property and services has been supplemented by two statutory declarations which substantially pledge the public faith to the maintenance of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MEETS at H0PKINSVILLE TODAY Ayers Sarsaparillais not a secret prep- Â¬ aration Any physician may have the formula on application The secret of its sueeess as a medicine lies in its extra- Â¬ Tho Mooting Will bo Doubly Inter- Â¬ ordinary power to cleanse tho blood of esting Becauso This is Tho impurities and euro the most deep seated Jubiloo Yoar of of blood disease cases Yours truly J G Cahiisik Iluren Answers Arnold CoNcounu Kv Sept 14th 18i To tho llllECKKNIlllMK NfiWS While it is unnecessary so far ns people who know mo aro concerned thero aro p oplo who do not know me nor Arnold either and to tho hitter I address theso lines Everyman who owes me monoy either secured or unsecured knows that Arnolds accusations are as falso as false can he and no man against whom I hold a debt can truthfully say I ever made any such threat Arnold like Coin Hurvey belongs to a party that advocates paternalism flttism anarchism and repudiation For tho re mainder of Arnolds make up I refer all who arc unacquainted witli him to call ou those who kuow him hotter than I do for his pedigree I am perfectly willing that my acquaint ances may pass judgment on all my bus iness or other transactions unless it ho a man of Arnolds stripe for a man who would have put iu a nowspapT such an articlo without tho knowledge of facts to justify it is au indication of a man of the lower stratum Men who aro business failures should not dictate finance to men of business suceets W 11 Arnold need not console him Â¬ self ilh tho idea Hint Populist Dry an will ovi r disgrace tho White House Tho American voti rs havo never placed such a man lit tho head of affairs aud never will Â¬ Groon Rivor Methodists JS Scabeo Tho Only Surviving Member of First Meeting Owenboru M soiiRer Paul E Huuks that policy Tho act of July 14 1800 after provld ing that the Secretary of tho Treasury should uuder such r gululions ao he might prescribe redeem the Treasury notes issued iu tho purchase of sliver bulliou In gold or silver coin at his discretion declares that it is the establish- Â¬ ed policy of tho United Slates to main Â¬ tain the two metals ou a parity w itli each other upou the present legal ratio or such ratio as may be provided by law1 And the act of November 1 1813 again the policy of tho declares it to hi United States to continue tho use of both gold and silver as standard money and to coin both gold and silver into monoy of equal intrinsic aud exchangeable value such equality to be secured through international agreement or by such safe guards of legislation as will Insuio the maintenance of the parity of value of the coins of the two mi tasaud the equal power ol every dollar at all times in the markets and in the payments of debts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f LILY WHITES Sayi That There Must Be Negro Eleo tori in the South - Special CiuoAao Chairman Han na of the Republican national commit- Â¬ tee has given the lily whites of Louisi- Â¬ ana to understand that their ticket will not be ecoRuiied by the national com Â¬ mittee on the ground that the committee him spoke there last night Tuesday There were 170 gold men by count The Bryan men kept up such enthusi- Â¬ asm for their randidate that Buckner nor Fellows could scarcely be heard Iu this speech Mr Fellows spoke of the large amount of gold in th e country when soma one yelled out we havent Mr Fellows seen any gold down here then took out a 5 and 10 gold coin from his pocket and said that he would give It in exchange for 16 in paper Fifty people jumped upon the stage banded out 16 each in specie and de manded the gold A boy succeeded In remarking the gold getting the while that lie wanted to feel the OASTOIIIA tlalli tiw rar There are some people who never wear dark glasses and yet they nover see any Â¬ thing bright its tbu people who aro dyspeptic and soured Everything is out I suffered of joint with such people many yeais witli Dyspepsia aud liver troubles hut have been relieved since dress I taking Simmons Liver Regulator The session of the conference will bo know others who havo been greatly ben Â¬ presided over by Bishop A W Wilson efited by its mo James Nowlaml Car of Baltimore a great preacher as well as rollton Mo a great scholar and an able impartial president Ho is one of the most gifted CANNELTON IND men in the whole college of bishops A sad feature of this assembly will ho Ttlihonc the recollection of tho deputed aud Tho train ran over ono of Robert Pat- Â¬ much beloved Bishop Atticus Haygood tersons most valuable Jersey cows on who since the last meeting of the annual Wednesday of last week conference has been called to his ac- Â¬ MIrs Ella Dillon who has been visit- Â¬ count Ho had especially endeared ing at Mrs Mary Collins returned Mon Â¬ himself to Kentucky aud Owensboro day to her homo iu Hardiushurg Ky haying studied tho situation here and Miss Jackson of Hawesvillo presented feeling that this point was an important Mr Br an with a handsome bouquet one iuitB iulluonce not only locally but after ho made a live minutes speech at in the entire Bectlon and tho selection Hawesvllle of ids friend and comrade in many a Born to the wife of Mr Chas Miller hard faught campaign Dr G W Briggs of tho Enquirer on Monday a bouncing wasoutof regurd for tho importance o baby girl Mothor doing well Charlie the work here as it appeared to him Is plating out his paper this week and It was in pursuance of this settled pur- Â¬ colebratiug pose on the part of tho aalntod bishop On last Saturday at Hawesvllle tho that Dr Krlgjs has felt himself impell Â¬ Bryan and Sewall club erected on 80 ft ed to meet appointments throughout the Hag polo and ran up a 10 ft II ig The Green River couutry while fully recog- Â¬ polo 1b painted 10 parts silver to ouo of nising tho demands of his home work gold The polo stands on the public In order that where struggling churches rquare aud is tho pride of tho club need help efficient help might be ren- Â¬ Rav J J Woli has resgned his placo dered In view of this as well as tho as pastor of the Hawesvllle Presbyterian universally expressed desire of his church and will remove ids family to church and congregation for his return Opellka Ala whero bo accepts a similar it is highly important that Dr Brlggs bo charge returned to Ids present charge Pension attorney 0 S Flnchof Grand Col G A Park is one of the district view has secured some back pay for Jer- delegates and will represent Settle The return of Dr ry Martin colored of Hawesvllle which Chapel officially will amount to nearly 15000 Jerry Is Hayes as presiding older la looked upon well known on both sides of the river as especially important as it will doubt Â¬ and this money will make a fool of him less be so read out The financial re- Â¬ will flock around ports are aa yet not fully iu and will ba The baby chlluu given later him now X Â¬ The coming session of tho annual con Â¬ ference of tho Methodist Episcopal church South at Hopkinsville begin Â¬ ning September Lt promises to bo of more than ordinary interest Asido from the interest that over attaches to the placing of respective preachers with the preliminary getting to gether of funds so as to make tho best showing possible as well as to close the hooks which at such times makes Methodist stewards tho busiest men in the community and in addition to the planning for tho com Â¬ ing years work along all lines this year is tho jubilee year of Methodist iu the Green River country tho first session having been held at Hopkinsville just fifty years ago Of all the sturdy pioneers who constituted that early body of ag Â¬ gressive and devoted men but ono re Â¬ mains Kev J S Scoheo and is to havo the post of honor preaching the jubilee sermon In f let all tho exercises out Â¬ side of the ordinary routine of business is to partake of a jubilee occasion A specially prepared program will bo fol- Â¬ lowed Dr G W Briggs has been select Â¬ ed to make tho address on the Super- Â¬ annuate Preachers Widows and Or Â¬ phans Fund iu connection with Dr J A Lewis of Louisville All these special exercises are to bo held at the tabernacle and u large delegation from Owensboro will go over ou Friday to bo present when Dr lliiggs makes his ad Â¬ J i UMLj UlUJIUliMlMl r Breckenridge fn D It T THE BRBLGKE1NRIIDQK NRWS GLOVERPORT KY News Proprlln 23 1800 0 Bltg Editor and WEDN12SDAY SEPTEMDKU 8kiOTlplli Ptlct It Paid at U El 00 a la Admit Eid of 1st Tsar 1125 rr SIX PAGES 1IAVVY TIMES Fltl white with cotton dc pile wit con i Dli hcahs hallelujah tint Hippy thoi jou Lonl ile Din sippi river which gives him 01 more This foots up 203 out of 447 Just -- 1 short of a majority In addition there is Min Â¬ nesota Iowa and Michigan These states have W votes rnd if carried by Bryan will givo him 236 votes in the electoral college or nine more than a majorlt But while tlieso statt n aro guuhlcnt to elect the Democratic nominee continued Mr Barker I believe than h will also carry Ohio Illinois and Indiana giving him 01 electoral votes or a grand total of 289 It is even possible thit lie may carry the itate of New York Â¬ Whev asked his opinion of Bryans Kentucky tour Senator Blackburn laid Measured from any standpoint it was Chunc ilat fijllc dIrk Men lie brulcrn itring l infinitely abovn anything I had expect Dance away txcll brrak tr Jijr ed or hoped foi I may have thought it En cut tie pigeonwmg possible to beat Bryaa in Kentucky but Cane mill tlei a c ine roun I know that there is not power enough Chilian come fum frchool on earth to beat tho peoplo who are be- Â¬ Bacon by de hundud poun hind him in this State Mr Bryan said Mortgage ofT de mule I Every where through Kentucky I have Chime dt fiddle nigger I been made happy by the demonstrations Men1 de broken string j of jour people and I want to cay that I Dance luell break er day En cut de pigeon wing I never have Been and never expect to see V U S Atlanta Constitution again what greeted me at Lexington es- Â¬ pecially that procession which cut my llov David It Murray is in the fight speech in two and which constituted a to the finish better speech than I could make atr The Populists have endorsed the Third district Khea in Millions of peoplo for Bryan and lions of dollars for McKlnley mil- Â¬ The Hon Charles Blanford is billed for a speech here next Thursday night Silver can win In the Fourth Con gresslonal district if the advocates of the cause will act wisely and pool their strength The Hon John W Lewis is a slick campaigner and a smooth politician We dont blame him for refusing to divide time with anybody He has a speech fixed up for the occasion Made up of assertions sophisms and pleasing anec Â¬ dotes to catch the people Mit G P Bush paymaster of the Texas will speak here next Thursday night for Palmer and Buckner and sound money Mr Bush is well posted en the money question is u clear logical speaker and will present his side of the sub- Â¬ ject in a plain forcible way Go out anil Â¬ hear him When we look at such grand men as V Fairleigh and Mat ODough erty who have walked out of the old bug ranks and then think of the rubbish we have traded for them in the shape of of a few gold bug Democrats actually our conscience smites us and we know that we owe the Itvpublican party lots of boot David Honh Mat ODougherty and David Fairleigh promiuent Kepublicans of Louisville have deserted the party of fraud and protection and come out for Bryan and Democracy and there are otherx in the Fifth as well as the other districts of the State Mho will stamp un der the rooster next time who have heretofore voted always in the Republi Â¬ can column Interior Journal Â¬ The people of this Congressional dis- Â¬ trict will no longer be controlled by the ell Satrjle Ky M DiCar Sir I h ulj L Â¬ policy that has so long been greatly pirated to accept tle kndly inviutunh ex o ru tended tome I mhi aidiu nv Hher Hepubhitii r tctit etl by a certain cluwt of politicians deliver an addreM at S ejhentjort ky in thv Tl e people are righting for a principle mone iuelion btt m enjragrtrent art euhthu In my jutgmini the and tl ey will continue to battle in that lean make no apjoinlmcri tingle Koid stand d cui not be maintainid witliom diiectinn till that principle triuuipliB absolute ruin to tl e liuuitiial claHeiot thi utma Tley ill no longer follow adventurous try and cntertainng thisLinioi I hac dttcnune S individuals as long as a principle is at not to tote for M Kinle Nothing butastnst sttke and no disturbing element can high public duty ciuldhat le me to this lOnck I am ver respectfully Hon tun them from their course David V I 1 If you want to continue to lower wages vote or McKinley Dave Starks and family are visiting relatives here this week Our school district stands free silver thirty one single gold standard twenty one with four of them very doubtful The peacli cutting at Mr Newberrys Wednesday night wai attended by a large crowd of young people All had a nice time for Congress There was to be a Republican speaking at the tuhool hoiHe Friday night but it REPUBLICANS THIRTY FIVE SILVER terminated just as it will the 3d of No- Â¬ vember a tlzze Petition David W Fairleigh to Speak Hiles Basham was struck in tho face at Stephensport Bat He by a hat Thursday at school indicting Cant Accept a large gah over one eye and down be Â¬ tween the eyes That there are many Republicans in This neighborhood honortd W J Breckenridge county who are intelligent Bryan the peoples choice for President enough honent enough brave enough at Cloverport Monday witlt a large independent enough and free enough to crowd of free silver men tear loose from their would bjboseHwlio Jack Smiley wife and daughter Flor- Â¬ are for Belf interest regardless of princi- Â¬ ence visited Saturday and Sunday in ple or right is evidenced by the follow- Â¬ Breckenridge county near tho Tar ing paragrapli which we clip from tho Springs guests of Mr Tucker Louisville Sun lay Star Mr Win Vest of Cloverport was out 1AtkLEIGH Sirce Mr Iie Fairleigh hai join Be eJ the Non 1aitiun Tree Sitter Club thirty Cue Thursday to hear Franks sptak K of Mipheniport silver lUpuUiiun htem neighborly uncle Billy go to llawes ued him to addrm thtm Mr urkih has not ville Thursday and hear Clardy et decidrd to accept Id Tindie accompanied his best nirl to In connection with the above we quote the peach cuttirg Wednesday night the following letter to a prominent Rr thats why somebody stayed out at the publican farmer of the SteplietBporc gate anil could not enjoy the pleasant precinct occasion Sept i0 ii5 Mr - II Dou LoitsMixE K We wero blessed Wednesday night 1 The silver strength of Breckenridge Ohio Grayson Meade and Hardin coun- Â¬ ties is practically solid for Murray ami favorable reports are coming in from Bullitt Nelson and other counties in the district There is no doubt but that the Fourth Congressional district is for silver by an overwhelming majority and the people are not going to be hogged out of a candidate on whom they can de Â¬ pend with implicit faith The time is passed in this country when the will of the eople can be trampled upon witlt impunity and no longer can hook crook trickery or chicanery divert them from the cause of the right or force upon them offensive candidates with whom they have no sympathy in common Mr Murray like a valiant knight has fought for the cause of silver since its demoniti rition in 1873 and has never lost an op- Â¬ portunity to defend its rights in both private and public The cause of silver This the is the cause of the people people know and they are for Murray Â¬ Miss Nora Henderson has been suffer Â¬ ing for several da s with a very severe cold but Is some better at this time Mrs Tom Rhode of Brandenburg who spent a few das last week with Mrs Gardner returned home Saturday Miss Beulah Bennett left Monday for Oweimboro where she will ptid a week or two the guest of Mrs W W Williams Nick Weatherton our very congelnal night operator has gone to Leltchfleld to visit his parents Hurry back Nick we miss you Mrs Williams who has been visiting I M Jolly Mrs her daughter returned to her home at Mt Vernon III last week Kid Jactson who was arrested Sunday for stealing a pocket hook belonging to Mr Dudgeon was arqtiitted on examin ing trial Jackson has served two terms in the pen Chaa Redman weiil to Gustou Wed Â¬ nesday evening to attend a meeting of the Christian Workeis at the Presbyter Â¬ ian Church Chas is a regular attendant at these meetings anil thinks they aro of much benefit to all who attend Mr J W Lswis the Republican can- Â¬ didate for Congress spoke In town Mon Â¬ day to a large audience there wero many present who expected to hear Chapeze Wathen speak but there had been no arrangement made for a division of time so he did mt Hpa ik Mr Lewis is an able speaker and has made us a good representative Â¬ Gabo Board Is able to be out which aro glad to rejvort and hope he may exerience no III effects from his acci- Â¬ wo dent Charllo Moreman is at homo for his usual low water vacation Thn Hurkpye is being renovated and repaired and her spct d Is to be Increased Charley Casperke is at Homo from Hot Springs not feeling quite hi well ns he would wish but cooler weatiicr and an early frost will restore Miss lone Dowdeu is In Louie llle tak Â¬ ing fall items in fashionable ndllinery Mlba Ada Brown is at the parlors Cas Â¬ perko Block to show soma late novel Are You Thin nervous dyspepsia neuralgia general weakÂ¬ despondency ness Who are on the edge of nervous prostration all the Those who arc thin time I Look about you Sec for rourseLU Who suffer most rom sleeplessness nervousness Kail 1896 i U I tits Prof P P Shacklett spent t week Lr i ill uiooiBici mis m it nun IU Aiiun imiu tuu jej is recovering slowly from his recent illness and will commence at Sturgis as noon as able Mr A S Johnson of the Frttt Repub Â¬ lic has sold the same to L K Taylor chairman of the State lopulut Cam paign Committee and editor of the Pad 1 Â¬ Â¬ headache powders only make matters worse Iron and bit Â¬ ters are only stimulants To be cured and cured for good you need a fat making food You want new blood rich blood j and a strong nerve Opium chloral bromides r w DUKES The News Is Good Rains The Paper To Read Hiles Basham Struck By a Bat with a nice shower of rain which has re Â¬ vived every tiling very much and lias put the ground in a better condition to prepare for wheat sowing Our school commenced Monday with a good attendance Mr Calvin Bowlin as teacher Mr Bowlin has the reputation of being a splendid teacher and every body is glad that he is teaching our school IaIrLiUiii Mr Lewis in his speech at Irvington quoted eorne prices for wheat during the ye irs SO JO and 11 showing the aver- Â¬ age price per bushel in those years was 01 cents He failed to tell his audience thtt during those years the government ws buying silver and coining it at the rate of two million dollars per month and that from the very moment that law wps repealed wheat with all other farm products began to decline and are still going down Catarrh Cannot Be Cared with local AiTLicuioNs as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or con ftitutbnal disease in order to cure it you must take internal tetnt dies Halls C atarrl Cure is taken internally and actf dircciy on the blood and mucous surfaca Hulls Catarrh Curo is not a quack madiciue It was prescribed by one of the bent phvsicluns in this country for ye trs aad is a regular pre scription Its composed of the ber t Chairman Sow mere of the State Detn tonics known combined with the best says blood purifier actng directly on tho ocratiu Campaign Committee Â¬ that he is more than pleased with the mucous surfaca Tl e perfect combination of the two ingredients is what pro situation in all parts of the state That he is daily in receipt of letters showing duces such wcnderful results in cuing the improved condition and from infor Catarrh Send for testimonials frco CO Toledo 0 F J CH ENNEY mation which is of the strictly authentic JfirSold by ah Druggists 75c kind tiOthiug could be more certain than an overwhelming victory for Bryan and IRVINGTON silver in Kentucky Mr Sommers and his able secretary the Hon G W Rich ardson are doing good hard work for the cause and it is being felt all over the Kid Jackson Acquitted Nick Weatherton To Leltchfleld Chapeze Wathen state Â¬ Â¬ Did Not Get To Speak been repeatedly asserted that Senator Teller is a large silver mine own- Â¬ er and that is why he is an advocate of equal coinage Those who differ with Senator Teller as well as those who agree with him testify to his honesty of character and purpose and any personal statement ho may mako will not bo doubted by those who know him He states emphatically that he has not a dollar invested in rilvor mining but that his capital is invested in gold mines Here is another sample of the method of misrepresentation employed by tho gold serving press Â¬ It has Geo Casperko was in town Saturday Mrs Kmmett Richardson is visiting her mother Mrs Dave Henry Miss Ree Washington went to Louisville to visit her sister Mrs Major Mr Heron spent Saturday and Sun day hero the guest of Miss Lucy Funk Â¬ Â¬ If you want to aid Fugland in her tyranical endeavor to draw the life blood from the toiling patriots of this country all you have to do is to vote for McKin ley with the single gold standard as a measure to draw by Every farmer should tako the News it is doing more for the welfare of the far Â¬ mer and laborer than any paper in tho State We heartily congratulate the Ed- Â¬ itor for the brave stand and the hard fight he is making for frie silver If the lightning bug party headed by them two old grannies Palmer and Buckner dont change their headlight from the rear end to the front they are going to bo the worst lost set of fellows that ever tried to grapple through a cam paign Franks speech Thursday did not cause any of the silver men to loose any sleep Franks seems to have an Idea housed up away back in Ids mental ca- Â¬ pacity that the man who would voto for Bryan and free silver was not a chrisÂ¬ tian We are thankful that there is a possible salvation tor the one that makes buch unaccountable remarks Franks did not convert a single man in this dis- Â¬ trict to the gold standard This speech was better calculated to drive men out of tho Republican party Â¬ Taken in time Hoods Sarsaparilla pro vents serious illness by keeping the blood pure and all the organs in a healthy ct n dition Prayer meeting and singing at the Methodist church every Wednesday night A W Moreman was the guest of his brother Dr L B Moreman one day last week BRANDENBURG Mrs Lizzie Allen Nuptials M Will McGehee of Brandenburg is the country said Hon Wharton Barker spending a few days with his Uncle of Philadelphia in a recent interview Ferd MeGee Mrs Jolly and daughter Blanche of He is sure of all the southern states whose total vole In the electoral college Be wleyvllle were the guests cf Mrs It is 152 and the states west of the Missis- - M Jolly last Friday Mrs Chupeze Wathen and children spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ken Wathen Singing at the Baptist Church every Saturday afternoon every body invited Vox Infant and Children to attend both Churches Tit hi Mrs Cunningham who has been visit Â¬ lit ill triry ing her grand daughter Mrs Gardner M mtt returned home last Saturday Bryan cannot possibly fail to carry Lee Reld from California a Free Sllverlle Deposits Gold In the Meade Bink Boards House Burned ucah Herald Cedar Grove Beech Grove Salem and Highland churches have nil enjoyed Showers of Blessings The services at Highland are in progress now and are largely attended Mrs Mollie D Carrico has returned to HopkiuBville to resume her fall duties as leading modiste She has spent three weeks in New York City taking items in fashionable outfits and attire Who can give me the singing master Ed Iteids address He is teaching in Breckenridgo county now but I do not know where I will be thankful for in- Â¬ formation as it is for our mutual benefit Mr John W Lewis is reported as en- Â¬ thusiastic over his ro election to Con- Â¬ gress with Democrats in a row and un- Â¬ fairness the program I went to school with D II Smith and there isnt much yield in his make up September roses are sweetest The last rose of summer is suggested Miss Sal lie Dentre sent this scribe the loveliest queen of flowers of the season creamy and fragrant Miss Sallie cultivates floral treasures successfully Mrs Blanche Fontaiuo has returned from Louisville and seeing Bryan isnt a circumstance to the beautiful designs in late dresses the very latest European make ups were viewed and she is pre Â¬ pared to duplicate them at your conven- Â¬ ience Mr compositor beg your pardon I did not say To day it is Republican Â¬ ism and stop but added Or Democ- Â¬ racy I do not want the waves of high protection to roll oer me neither do I care for free silver storms but I prefer its tempestuous seas to tho other pend ing danger Mrs Lizzie Board lost her home and nearly all of its entire contents by fire about midnight on Saturday Mrs Board lives about a half mile from town and the alarm could not be given in time for Some insurance on home assistance and piano is fortunate Mrs lijard will rebuild on tho same site She will rent for the meantime in town Mrs Fzra TTeid is here from Garhrs ville California to spend soue me with relatives and friends Mr Rei is a tree silver apostle but deposited emugh gold coin in the Meade c unly lu k to con vince one he hailed from tl gol len state of tho Pacific coast Hamil- Â¬ Wi ton our Meade county boy left in possession of Mr It ida busim s Wills health is improving in th t gejial clime In nu editorial of the laRu County nm e C C Herald headed Our Howard expresses reg t existing circumstances but su - Ir nith was fairly nominated and ihat it wlj evident Mr Murray did not have a ratjority of the votes of the convention iu his favor He thinks Mr Smith should remain the nominee let the consf quenco lio what it may The Editor should let the so ilea drop from eyes if he does not happen to live in LaRue The Rev 8 L Lee of Louisville and Miss Mary Allen of West Point Ky were married last Wednesday at Chest nut street Methodist church Rovh S 0 Allen and J S Scobe officiating They will attend the semi Centennal Conference at Hopkinsville this week Bro Lee was here last winter in our protracted services and at Cedar Grove the past summer This matrimonial step is his second venture We all kuew he had 60t out it was very perceptible He brought in anecdotes about love as illustrations and then he discoursed on the book of Ruth a good deal Miss Margaret Ingels who has taken tho stump for Bryan is from Paris Ky She was at an early age a pupil of Prof llawes of Ixiulsville She showed great dramatic talent and studied in New York for a dramatic career In 95 DO Hhe played a prominent role in In Old Ken- Â¬ tucky She has resigned all for a political reputation as a stump speaker She would feel more at home in Colorado Lot us trust fiho may here iu this old Southern State oxert a refined cultivated influence upon the voters pacify them in their animositiep help them make better offlcerfand iu short purify politics and politicians which I am afraid though as in Colorado is mere bosh and pure bagatelle The time has not como in the South anyhow And so our friend D W Fairleigh has joined tho non partisan silver party I did not believe David would vote the Democratic ticket but by the way David it Is being proven pretty conclu- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tonic SCOTTS EMULSION of Cod liver Oil with Hypophos phites is all this It feeds the tissues makes rich blood and strengthens the nerves Book about it free for trie asking For sale by all druggists at 50c and 1X0 SCOTT A DOWNE New York Ladies Dress Goods Trimmings Laces Ribbons Strong Lines of tV slvely by the records and by tho voles and speeches of the Republican apostlis that until this year the party favored silver So if you favor silver and have heretofore supported Republican plat- Â¬ forms why not vole for Bryan and not stretch your conscience neither or strain party principles very much But inter- Â¬ rogate tho majority and most of them will Hue up for McKinley Not many stray from the fold No man has a right to throw away his vote if lie believes his country is in dan- Â¬ ger If he thinks free silver will cause the sunshine to glow more brightly for the nation lie knows the party that re Â¬ flects his views needs it Again if lie is an honest man of honest convictions and believes that a gold standard will Bhower more blissingj he knows which ticket to endorse No man has a right to say nay Dont vote for principles you do not advocate Mr Bryan made that state- Â¬ ment at Louisville The crowd at Owen ton denounced free speech by its con- Â¬ duct it was as well discourteous and wo cannot believe Senator Blackburn in- Â¬ cited the concourse to do so Mr Black bum denies the charge and we are glad he does for he is a Kcntuckian and has been reared differently These days are just enougli tinged with an autumn hue to lend an interest and to woo to meditative moods The air is sadly musical full of pastorales barcaroles and cradle songs nocturnes ad infinitum The barcaroles just as iu music carry us back to days when life was rs a song upon the waters The nocturnes suggest evenings and moon light the pabtotales make us have a love for everything that is beautiful and true Nature is preparing to don her The proprie- Â¬ loveliest to me gatb Sounds paint No excuse for going abroad to have your Dresses made hu s and colors mtlt into harmony tors of tho above firm have had years of experience in this business The etcret of Natures influence over us They have just opened out is that she inspires lovo aud trust and and can suit you with perfect satisfaction without that lite is not worth living out and nro always ready to enlighten you on the very latest things in To doubt anytLing or anybody is torture Diuiurt gives good advice in hisWo-man-- t Freoil along that Hue All spiritual naturefinda rientl iu nature she is true Special Value VEST Â¬ OiiMlle Millinery Co Â¬ Hats Bonnets Caps An eytforan eye and a tooth for a And everything pertaining to first class Millinery tootl is tlit old Mosaic doctrine but the if you are not better phased than ever before doctors of today save the eye sight by applyiug Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve It cures all forms aud you can buy a tube any here for 23c Try them and see The Worlds Fair Tests showed no baking powder so pure or so great In leav- Â¬ ening power as tho Royal HARDIN GROVE IND October 1st Our terms We have decided to change our business to a strictly cash basis After October 1st we will sell no more goods on time Soclnls School Opens Public Ball Miss Daisy Wheeler at Home Weddinn Bells Soon Social affairs are a little on tho wano Baggot will move to Home Miu Ida vill be cash or Country Produce in exchange Ve propose to show our customers that it better for them and for us Spot cash prices tell the story in a saving to you of from 15 to 25 per cent We buy much cheaper for cash and we can sell much cheaper Come in and is soon Mat Howard went to Tobinsport Sat- Â¬ urday J D Ilraahear went to Cannelton Wednesday Miss L Hardin has recleved a new Hue of fall goods Miss Eliza JohnBon is visiting Mrs A S Johnson CASTORIA dbSESSti Mr and Mrs Win Bewley have re- Â¬ turned from Louisville Mrs Thos Alexander spent a few days with her son Ed last week erroute to cureu oy htm Ho Louisville DUblliheia valuable Johnnie Meador was here Sunday from work on this dls Big Spring to enjoy the services and the eawwl ilcti pretty day he seuda m a M Ben Richardson has returned to Chi Â¬ tie aT ot hU absolute cure free to any sufferers cago after a a pleasant visit to his family e advise any one wishing a cure to address and friends In Kentucky Be w Tort Fits fiirpn All Jill WrzXX7P4C4arSt rrwf w h retke who makes a specialty V lovmal JMMu ot Epilepsy has without Coubt treated and cur a more rate than any living Physician his success is ustonUhlnir We have heaM nf mu ct so years tundlnir rwtth I I Milton Miller called on Miss Dora Brashear Sunday Miss Mammie Brashear who has had the chills is recovering Jack Maltingly of Sample Ky called to see his best girl Sunday Sweet Marib is a favorite eong with the widowers of Sample Ky Miss Ada Mason of Cannelton visited Miss Adel Whltmarah last week Miss Bernice Wheeler attended the is speaking at Stophensport Monday There will be a public ball at Romo Sept LM given by the cltUana band J 1 Groves was calhd on business to tho northern part of the state last week Tho Hardin Grove school will open soon with Joe Cunimings as instructor in Mrs Uaruie Gilliland our famous music teacher has been sick for several days Walton Kroush visited Miss Josle Schank Sunday where ho happens quite olten Several of our free silvwr men went to Hawesvillo to hear William Jennings Brvan Miss Grace Allen of Louisville has returned homo after a visit among her will relativts Miss Daisy Wheeler has returned homo from Rome where she has been visiting friends Madam Rumor says there are going to GKOW JOLLY JASRSKIMMAN be sevoral weddlngi soon Hark I the JOLLY SKILLMAN wetiuing Dells Messrs Jabey Brashear and Eugene Gilliland of 1reston Ky returned CIOVUKIOIIT Ky homo aftor a pleasant visit to friouda Otllco in first house East of Cloverport anb relatives Hotel let us convince you We are now receiving our Fall Stock J W TEAFF CO the largest we have ever shown before and decidedly the best and the cheapest Please remember that ours is a strictly cash house the future and no deviation It HARDINSBURG KY All persons indebted to J W Teaff and J W Teaff Co please come forward and settle at once W TEAFF GO J W K BARNES A II KINCHELOB L AW YRRS BARNES KINCHELOE ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARDINSBURO KY Collection and pcUl tuntloo niorcmnt of lien Ivc Mi MUMdUUMiMOta fatfe BRJS3kMteitQE MRfgj OJLOVEXRJPORT KY Important to Farmers THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO Issues policies on Farm Buildings Live Stock and all Farm Property against loss by Fire Lightning Tornadoes The policies of this Company are issued Windstorms and Cyclones for 5 years on the Installment Plan without interest under the provisions of the Safety Fund Law of the State of New York which makes it absolutely conflagration proof B H PICKARD District Agent A M PULLIAM Breckenridge News Asst Hardinsburg Ky Arnold Again Anothor Strong And Convincing HARDINSBURG FALLS OF ROUGH Protracted Meeting Willis Green at Home Col Greens Guests Return Home A Steam Pleasure Boat Cattails Kept Making In a Parlor to Prevent LoveBrother Cundirr Returns From a Southern Trip - KY vvi 7 1 desire to state that I have no hesi Â¬ tancy in saying that I believe that Mr McChord was actuated in all things by WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1890 what ho conceived to be right and in- Â¬ tended to do no injustice to tne or any other Murray Smith Muddle Mr Smith dictated the following Insofar as Mr McChord undertakes in the foregoing statement to give ficts Chairman MoCord Makes a State Â¬ within his personal knowledge I think ment So Does Murray But his statement of such facts is correct As to the statement rtferring to Mr It Dont Settle the Murrays claim that Mr Sweeney had Matter cast the vote of Washington county or Having been called upon by eevoral proposed or anticipated to change the of that county I think Mr Thrs of the oindiates or a statement of the vote W Sims is the gentleman who did that facts regarding the final action of the Ellzabothtown convention I take pleas- After tho convention had overruled ure In stating the facts impartially and Chairman McChords ruling and then decided that the counties had a right to as I know tliem to exist to On or about the 950th ballot a resolu change their vote from one candidate before the result or- Â¬ another at any time tion was adopted by the convention dering that on and after the 1000th bal- was announced by the Chairman they lot the candidate having the least num- Â¬ did so and this gave me the nomination imber of votes should he dropped This I am sat htled that Mr McChord was resolution was never changed or rescind- Â¬ partial and did his duty as hu thought was right ed by the convention When all the counties had been called We should remember that If wo go except Washington on the 995th ballot into winter with a summer cold on our Mr Murray had received 100 votes lungs we are liable to have pneumonia When Washington county was reached about the first snow or cold lain Dr Mr Sweeney to my surprise and as I Bells builds up and afterwards learned to tho surprise of Mr strengthens the weak cords of human D II Smith arose and cast the voto of body air passages lungs and bronchial Washington for Mr Smith which to- tubes that aro strained and made eore gether with other changes to Mr Smith by the winters blasts Its a tissue l - vo wub giving 11 u uiu- a iuuiit lilia vuie nr 41 mui of chronic builder and while irjority Mr Sweeney afterwards ex cases are to day thousands relief and finding plained to me mat tie cast tne voto oi strength from its use millions of people Washington county to Smith to stop the were cured of coughs and colds and kept stampede of Smiths vote to Murray stout by the use of this remedy all Breckinridge county then changed it through last winter It time every Â¬ to Sweeney voto Other counties thing in its line except consumption changed also and when the vote wat and chronic cases of this dreaded malady footed up and announced it stood Mur tlnd rest and comfort from its use The ray 59 Smith 07 and Sweeney 00J genuine is made only by tho E E Suth- Â¬ On the J97th ballot a greater portion of erland Medicine Co laducah Ky and Smiths vote went to Murray making sold by all dealers 1 bottles hold five Murrays vote 106 a majority but be- Â¬ times and the 50c size two and one fore the result could be announced the fourth times as much as the 25c Bize counties bepan clamoring to have their vote changed which was done as upon OAKLAND tho previous ballot no recapitulations having been demanded or had upon 1 either of these two ballots On tho - Parties Socials Ice Cream Suppers OOOth ballot however after Murray had Visitors Miss Zella Wood To received 100J votes and Sweeney 70J a Evansvllle demand for a recapitulation of the vote was made and granted There being no Zen Frank spent Sunday with Miss corrections or change in the result Mr Wilson Iiabbago handed me his tally sheet School began Sept 7th with Mr Jim showing this result I arose to annnuce Miller as teacher this result but was interrupted before Charlie Hook and Frank Vessels Bpent I could do so by great confusion arising and lasting sometime delegates from Sunday with tho Misses Wood Miss Ada Frank has returned home various counties demanding the right to change their vote Mr Murray claimed from a pleasant visit to her sister that there was no attempt to change by Miss Eflle Frank who spent a month any delegate until after Mr Sweeney at Cloverport reports a pleasant time had proposed and did attempt to change The party at Mr Frank Dellayens the vote of Washington county from was largely attended and enjoyed by himself to Smith I have no recollection all as to this matter and cannot state posi- Â¬ Miss Zella Wood left Thursday for tively as to who offered to change Evansvillo to spend a few weeks with the vote of Washington county The point of order was made by Mr Mur- Â¬ friends and relatives Among the summer guests we notice rays friends that no change could be Misses Nellie and Olive Conner and mado after the voto had been recapitulated and handed to the Chairman to be master Clarence Conner of Evansvllle announced I sustained the point of or- Â¬ and Miss Zoa Johnson of Cloverport der and refused to permit the vote to be The ice cream supper given by Mr An appeal was taken in due and Mrs Zack Stinett was a grand suc- Â¬ changed form from my decision the convention cess and highly enjoyed by all Guests refused to sustain me and by a two present were Messrs Charlie and Alt thirds vote said that I was wrong I Heston Frank Haynes Lee May Pay had to submit to the will of the majority ton Scott Allle Weatherford Hob Hen notwithstanding I believed my ruling dricks and Allie Kinchloe and Misses was right The vote was change by or- - Ida Wood Jennie Scott Bettle Eskridge Mag Goodman Nell der of the convention Mr Murray and Lizzie Harned his friends including Mr John D Bab Goodman and Ora Alexander bage left the convention Mr Babbage THE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION resigned the Secretaryship Another Secretary Hon W II Gardner was chosen by tho convention The vote Of Tho Third Magisterial Distriot retaken by order of the convention Will Meet at Stephensport Sat- Â¬ Hon D II Smith rocelved 112 D It urday Oct 3 at 1030 Murray 0 there being 177 votes In all am necessary to a choice 89 and Hon D The teachers are assigned the follow having received a majority of II Smith all the votes was declared tho nominee Ing subjects viz On the 1000th ballot aa taken show Whit U order iu the school rcom and how Mil secured Mud llrlnely ing that Murray had received 100 votes Competition Guy IlurcJJ which was recapitulated as aforesaid Co operation cf teacher aid patron and UItAdllion Mr Smith received no votes up to the J IJarboe recapitulation and the ballot on which Corporal punishment MU Emma A Mostly Vocal Solo he was declared the nomlneo was ballot Spcl big Diacritics etc II McCubbins L 1000 the vote received by him having Dutlcol Ux teacheia Mr Graham Mist Nellie Smons been cast after the recapitulation on said Btiay Introduce Elementary History and where 1000th ballot MU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lettor Showing What Sido tho People Should be on At Swell Affairs They Dont Feast on Gold Bonds and Mort gages But aro Dependent Upon GET the Farmer IN LINE Sept 17 1810 Â¬ Mrs Mercer has returned home Health of the neighborhood bad We had a very fluo rain hero hist week Politics is all the stylo and free silver leads M W Stone is building a large tobac- Â¬ co barn 1aynksvilik Kv Mr callB Marshall Morris school Jr has gone to J ij 1- Â¬ Â¬ O O McCiioiiD Chmn After tending the statement of Chair man McOhord Mr David It Murray wrote outthe following t I believe that Chairman McCord has given about a corroct statement insofar aa he remembers Aa to the fact which he says he doea not remember I leave this to the delegation As to what took place after the recapitulation of the 1000th ballot I have no personal know ledge ItUnche laiham textbook J C Tucker Formal Gtamraatlcal Paling Miss Maud Dilnely Recitation Mis lUUcca Owlngs How to grade a Khool How to keep daily clas record Newsom Gardner Method for teaching-- ptlmary hylology Mlu Utile Avltt Mis Nttle Cashman Geography W A Maltlngly How to tecuie a school Jno Klnchtloe How to teach reading Eva S Cashman Writing Sipt Drlkcll Object of Association Vocal Quauct 0F Oabuman Vlce Pres EniTon I am glad Brandenburg those bolters our prominent citizens and not Democrat farmers Had this traveling man told the truth as Brandenburg has done thon my article would not have been written Somo one has deliberately and maliciously misreff resented the farmois of Meade county but Brandenburg comes in and corrects the error Clearcut lying would be a virtue compared with the species of un derhaud mendacity that the political demagogue indulges in on the money question but Truth is mighty and will prevail These bolters are permitted to call the followers of Bryan all the vile names they can heap upon them but when we retaliate by naming their occupation no wonder they equal and ask a When lady to smooth it over for them tho monuy lenders bankers traits and monopolies all get on tho eamu side of a art at question it is time for tho plain Hit people to get on the peoples side own capacity his own ability his judg ment often liis environments place him where he can b st reserve himself and hia fellow man I emphatically den this Better left off his follow man I ask you to show if you can where the bankers have best served their fellow man Picture if you please the beau- Â¬ ties of the gold standard Its no argument to call us Popocrats Auareliists cranks hayseeds etc I ask you to show wnere the masses have over demanded the gold standard Show where it has ever given one ray of hope or sunshine to those whom It has driven into idle- Â¬ ness and despair Show where it has ever comlorted the homeless caused by It the idle holders of idle capital never has it never will The rising dol- Â¬ lar is not one to bring joy and gladness to the hearts of the people The prosperity of one insures the welfare of the I doubt very much if you can other prove that Show us when and where the bankers ever held a meeting to de Â¬ vise measures to insuro tho welfare of You cant do it On the the other other hand if the farmers are prosperous that alone insures the success of the Did you ever read of a swell others affair where ttiey feasted and filled their rapacious nuws on gold bonds No and you never will mortgages etc They must depend upon the producer If the for something more palatable laws were justly administered which would bo dependent upon tho other I have never denied tho right of any oue to his individual opinion but when those individuals try to force us to acÂ¬ cept the samo opinion it is no longer individual and should not be so con- Â¬ If fi man holds an incum- Â¬ sidered brance against me and says vote to per- Â¬ petuate the debt and I shall delay but vote tho other way and I will hasten to drive you from your home what would Is this man allowing me you call him This is an my Individual opinion indirect offer to bribe me to vote against Nothing is so my political opinion absurd to me aa for the Boltocratlo party of Meade county to secure the ser- Â¬ vice of a woman to ward of the shaft Work aimed at IU devoted leaders politically for the nomineo that suits one and I Btippose if neither of tho present nominees suits one he has a perfct right to call another convention and nominate a candidate of his own No man is greater than his party and if ho refuses to be controlled by the major Â¬ ity he is no longer worthy the name Of course it ones con Democrat eciencV will not let him support the nominee of his party he is excused These bolters went Into the convention but refused to submit to the will of the majority Its a burning shame for them to ubh the honest face of Jefferson for the device of such a bastardly scheme Ills honored ashes would rise in defi ance if he knew his blessed name and face were going to be bo desecrated W B Abnold Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Preston Greon has returned to college at Danville Miss Mary Peyton is attending school at Glendeano Mr Charlio Fisher is quite ill with typhoid fever Miss Jennio Green has gone to Louisville to school Frank Peyton went up to hear Brjan apeak last week Miss Tunstall of Grayson county has the school at this place Big protracted meeting going on at Union Chappie this week We will hear the soft sweet strains of wedding music in the near future Willis Green who has bet n traveling for his htalth returned home last week ItumseyScottnfter a weeks visit atCol Greens returned to his home in Louis- Â¬ ville Mrs Kilty Davison and daughter Mies Jennie took in tho recent excursion to Louisville The people are takintr care of what tobacco the worms nave lift them The corn crop is fine Â¬ No sir it will bo the picturo of the next President w Tho editor was getting rather wtought Sis up Will you guarantee it he asked Ill put up my check for 500 that It will be the correct picture rtspomled s tho photographer Tlio editor scratched his dome of At Vs thought Ate not very Hush he said but Ill Im give you on that guarantee SJ00 for n cut of the picturo to print in my paper Ate It looked like a cinch for the editor VR and seven men told tho photographer lie AM was a plump idiot but lie drew up a contract for the editor to sign binding Ate him to pay lL00 for the cut tho photo grapher guaranteeing it to bo correct Mi Then lie started for the train Ate Get that cut hick here in time for Vi Ate Sundays paper called the editor l GuefB not responded tho photogrS nothing iu this coutract nv pher Theres S n about when I am to take tho picture take it until after election of comse Vs cant Ate nnder my guarantee and you ought to V Ate know it Then the scrap began and at last ac v counts all of that end of New J rsey was taking sides MSÂ¬ oio to Silver Army Hoo AdSlS- ST- i- - Great Campaign Document The SILVER AM 7i VV VI ai Ate vr supplement To the FARA1 FIELD AND FIRESIDE the most complete instructive and con vinciitg discussion of the silver question X te Vt Ate vw V Ate ever publUlud Wo will send from Ate Vr Ate Ate Vr vi Ate A Viv-AJ One to loQooFree Send us your name with stamps to pay postage VT5 Aii There is no use taking pills or purga Ate it Ate tives to cure tho chills Dr Bells Pep V permint Chill Tonic tuns them by itatlf It does more than that too it a gives you a now dress on the Inside It Ate tones you up and makes you strong It Ate makes you fet somo account Sold on VK Ate a guarantee VIP 1 Vi Ate r Via B ill We wi H fA llSliKKSiiiMsemi the Farm until Nov i l matter every tvetk Until January IiraD and lrcih siher Ate For 25 Cts ik w tte Si Ate Ate VI 1S97 Ks PRESTON Mr and Mrs Mr Ate VIP iKt Hetbert Bruner Entertained Wm Allen and Jas Barr Wed iv Ate AGENTS FARM FIELD AND FIRESID2 CHICAGO ILL Wa ted in This Town Write for Terms A vp V Ate Ate Other Notts Ate VJ M- - tte The Falls can boastof a steam pleanire boat on Bough river quite new hue only been built about two months Mrs Morris Lois and John who were summer guests nt Col Greens have re- Â¬ turned to their homo In Louisville Sam Major aftor a two months cruise is at home to spend vacation he will re- Â¬ turn to school about the 1st of October Charlie Stone of Chicago is expected to visit his parents Mr and Mrs M W Stone about the middle of next mouth A certain lady keeps a large bunch of Cattails hanging in her parlor to thrash the boys with when thoy attempt to make love to hor Miss Fannie Green of Glendeane has a good school at Hock Vale she is a fine teacher and the district is fortunate in securing her services With all duo respect to the other presi Â¬ dential candidates but of course Bryan will bo our next president ths people need him therefore they will make him master of the White House for the next four years as a matter of course Brother Cundlff has just returned from another trip South where he has been engaged in a big meeting with graud We sincerely hope that Con Â¬ success ference will send him back to us Our church needs him as its pastor Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic A sure appe- Â¬ cures chills permanently tizer A perfect blood purifier A com- Â¬ plete strengthened Dr Bells Pepper Â¬ mint Chill Tonic will giye color to the face and change that sallow complexion to a health ul rosy hue It corrects dis Â¬ order of the stomach and aid digestion Overcomes nervous depression and low tplrita It wilt restore exhausted and uurslng mothers to full strength and en Â¬ ergy and makes children fat as pigs Guaranteed The Next President NewYok Sun Itarger who nc ntly died in Kansas May they meet their boy again iu an recent illness The family of Mr Mug Severs is visit Â¬ other world where parting mid leave taking is unknown ing Mis Susau Frymire Tho people of Itaymond Church lias beeii Mrs Steel of Louisville evinced tlieir love and esteem for Bro -g laejrr visiting Mrs Alex Hendry 4 English by unanimously choosing him J antra Itarr Mrs W Alien and Mr as tlieir pastor for the ensuing year All I C were quietly married last Thursday S-unite iu ft rvently hoping he will except 3 Mr and Mrs Joseph Itobinton went the call to Lodibutg last Sunday Miss KbbeccaOwings was tho guest of OUTV i A NEW SONG Mrs Eva Hrashear a few days last n MA Allow and charming song entitled week God 1iotect my Little Sweetheart A Henry Bosham the dentist from Dav- Â¬ lullaby composed by M Loeeeh Price iess county Is in this neighborhood do 10 litis iii it been published by J Louisville Henderson Sl St Louis RyCo ing some excellent work Fischer Uro No 7 Bible House New USTO Itev W fl English discoursed to a York Of tho many Lullaby Songti lare congregation here at tho rchool which have already been issued we house last Saturday night know of none excelling this one rjuaint Taking Effect of ness of melody and ingenuity of accom Â¬ Mr and Mrs C M McGlothan At 600 oclck A U Sunday 2far 22 1895 It will be euro to please Union Star passed through here lust paniment everjbody Saturday en route to Itayiuond Wett Hound Train Eait Bound Train Jabez Brashear Eugoue Gullland Mr il Mall mi in 111111rm nnn Mall A and Mrs J II Barr and a number of Ksprs Kxprs STATIONS Kxprs Kxpr- r others go to Louisville Monday ou the Dally Dally Dally Dally excursion LOUISVILLE KY Sept 22 1816 630in 7Aam IvUan ntar 12J3pw 8 00pm Shippers ihoalil mark all packages plainly 8 07 615 Kentucky St 12 SU Mr and Mrs Herbert Bruner ontor 7 48 7 20 8 Westlolnt 1185am 710 talned last Thursday in honor of their with shippers name and pojt offlcs adJreii 8 4S 7 21 Howard 717 110 BUTTKIl 8 87 7 32 WlllmviUle 1141 66J guests Miss Byrne Mis Janseu and Choice country Z 10 U04 738 Hock Haven 1138 681 12 74 V 6 47 8 Mr Byrne of Louisville Medium Iontr Branch 1127 768 6 3J Jlrandcnburg 1118 10 a IS Creamery 8 01 11 tA 9 31 Kkron Mr and Mrs Thos Barger have the 632 KUU3 0 411 813 1110 Guiton 624 10 condolence of all our people in their Vreih 8 JO 10 81 Irvlngton 94 J 616 FKATHKUS 8 24 10 42 987 Webster 60J grief at tho loss of theirson Mr Andrew 10 07 8 37 10 3J I odlburg 8 85 white Â¬ Ili lil ovir from last wejk Strock Fry mire is recovering from a VvVay i miJi tt VI1 t lynh pNA IO Â¬ TIME SCHEDULE 1 GRDV ft Prime Mixed No 1 gooie 40 35 15 25 41 S Si Old duek Q tO 00 8 45 B60 8 68 9U2 IOULTKY Hens per lb Spring Chlckeni per do Ducks per lb Uecse per dui IOTATOKS Irlrh per barrel New La Fneet potatoes per bbl From sture 2 to 5 cts higher Navy lleans per bushel HOOTS Ginseng Senlca Snak 7 1 25Gv3 10 13 WA 005 918 962 1015 1021 1028 1033 10S5 104 10 51 Pierce Sainple Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllman Holt 9 22 9 33 9 44 9 68 1008 1015 1025 1038 1048 1100 11 C5 UI2 112il 1102 3i0lU0 U25 U35 1142 1161am 12U3im 1216 1221 12 31 Hawcsvllle lctrle Falcon Waltinan Towers Iates Oweniboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthlngton Heads Snottsvllle Griffith 1028 10 20 1011 10 01 1003 9 60 9 46 9 35 9 25 6 48 43 6 6 35 6 31 62 617 614 6 0S 4 63 4 46 4 40 4 32 4 25 Iwlsport 917 911 9 02 8 65 8 46 8 31 8 25 50 2 40 75 3 00 2 00 7 416 4 811 09 05 68 7 61 7 43 7 36 8 8 7 HO Q 2 75 H 21 1 1108 1115 1123 1131pm 1166pm 1231 12 40 12 47 Pink Yellow Wild linger Lady Sllmer May Appl 11 06 j llMor 1284 05 3 85 3 44 3 39 3 36 3 SO 3 23 100 1 16pm ar llendcrn lassett lv 720am 316 310 2 4JpB loud li 2K FIELD SBKDS 1 L II St L fly Fardsvlfle Branch The editor of the Jersey Jamjar with that superior wisdom of which every ru- Â¬ ral editor Is possessed ttood on the curbstone in front of his palatial office let Â¬ ting the cool air permeate the aforesaid wisdom when the local photographer pa sed by with his camera going toward the railroad station Ah there I saluted the editor Whence goeet I go returned the photographer to take a picture of the next President of the United States Of course It will be the picture of the man you want elected said the ed itor who was opposed politically to the Â¬ Â¬ CHILL TONIC WARRANTED I8JU8TA8COOD FOR ADULTS OiLiTii rH IHrls Medicine Co Uenllenieni We sold lut year 000 bottloa of JROVKM TABTKLKaa CHILL TONIO end have bought liireo Knu already tale year In all our ex In tha drug biMlnew nave parlance Lever sold en article thai gave such ualienaiialle- - TASTELESS Timothy per bushel Clover psr bushel Crimson Clover per bushel lied Top pel bushel Orohard Grass per bushel Ulue Grass fancy p r bushel lllue Grass extra per bushel Onion Sets Yellow per bushel White 1 PO 4 35 I 00 10 TIME TABLE No 9 TAKING Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun 85 85 65 EFFECT West nound Trains 1 35 No8 ISO UIDK8 Green rood Dry Salt good Dry dint good Skeep skitis WOOL 10 up U 10 40 IQ t No 2 No 11 10am Lv IrvlnglonArl 920am 1160 Garfield 810 1206pm 760 Harned 12 12 7 40 lunctlon Nol 22 1805 Kast Hound Train bally bally STATIONS ex Sun ex Son I I DEO t 113 12 Hardinsburg Junction Kirk 7 30 60 Q Q 35 1268 715 TOO PRICE 60 cts ilia Not is uoi Louis Mo Tab washed J rests fine Durrr Ulaek Hurry and Cuts 110 1 as 1 MISCELLANEOUS 21 18 15 9 ret 12 11 IS 10 8 35 2 20 186 Oleadeane Dempster arFallsHoughh Dempster Hockvala Jly 630 6 SO photognpher jr iMiiwMjewCta Tallow ou2JSeuaAOO 8crhan IlMlrllXSMtlllIMMtf MqUmm MMtM M 1IM a W 230 143 364 309 4K 3 30 ItA Oaks 4 41 Mitchell S49pa Ar Fords villa Lv islam Hath Asklns 600 637 827 614 AM THR BREGKENRIDGE NEWS GLOYERPORT Republicans Bolt in Iowa 30000 of Them Will Vote For McDANIELS Thirty Head or Cattle Sold at 3500 ptr Head A Literary Society Hat Been Organized Jeeso Dunn Ik quite sick Mr Hougland n drummer KY WlaVtaWWW wwwwwv-wwwww- fN J vJ Jjrwljfl it m fflVL If was here Friday Free Silvor Superintendent Diiskell was visiting our school last week V T Cannon told thirty head oi rattle last week at 35 00 per head STATE SURE FOR BRYAN Frank and Chester Rhodes were visit Â¬ ing friends in Hardin county last week Mr and Mrs Will Dockcry Ruth are Defection Shown by a Republican tho gucete of her parents Mr and II A Hunter Canvass of tho Stale Prof Anderson is trying to make up a writing school at this place Wo wish him success SUDDEN CHANGE of SENTIMENT Mr Frank Jnrboe Kirk was hero last week collecting taxes and a guest at W J McDaniels Mr and Mrs Sam Parsons are the Result of a Circular Givon to Em- Â¬ proud possessors of an eight pound girl ployees of tho Burlington Cedar born Sept 10 Miss Ivy Beaucbampof Falls of Rough Rapids and Northern Raily was the guest of her sister Mrs Mollle n Parsons Friday night Misa Itssio McDanlel returned TuesÂ¬ Farmers Eyos Are Opened to the day from a few days delightful visit to Misa Alice Mattlngly Cloverport Dangers of tho Single Gold FOUND DEAD Rev E N Metcalfe and family spent Standard Thursday night at II A Hunters on their way to Conference at Hopkinsville Mrs Dr Hard wick and Mrs Eesa Mrs Mary J Robertson Found Dead Republican State Committee Admits Salmon of Iivia Mere tho pleasant In Her Boom On Thursday guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Parsons last Morning the Situation Â¬ as ii Mado and Morit MnlnUlns thoconfldcnco Ifa of the people in Hoods Snnmparllln medicine cures you when sick If it makes wonderful cures every whero then beyond all question that modlclnoposscsscs merit Merit wmnavW THE DAVIESS liUUNTY tlAINr NO OOLDBUGr That is Just tho truth about IIoodB Bar soparlUa Wo know it possesses morit because it cures not onco or twice or n hundred times but in thousands and thousands of cases Wo know it cures absolutely permanently when all others fail to do any good whatever Wo repeat Made Sarsaparilla FllIS IS A PAIR SURE GO FOE 1896 OGTOBER etti And Continue Five Days They arc still in the lead in the Southwest and will always be there with their Large and Liberal Cash Premiums For all classes of Fine Stock They pay the price of a fine horse in single premiums for best displays of Utility Saddle and Harness Stock AND WILL COMMENCE Hoods Is Uio best Id fact tho One True Blood Purifier euro nausea Indigestion biliousness 25ccnU WCKffD PARTNR JH A BUY j - HOOd S -- la1 Rooky Mountain Nows LYONIA Ed Blrens Called to Hartford Phillips Elopement J to Deanfleld L Reynolds Morrison week J Tho Now York World a strong Rold adherent has sent its correspondent Jnmes CrockUan to tho doubtful states for tho purpose of ascertaining the po litical trend Mr Crcolman is expected to giro tho facta as ho finds them but of courso ho is not expected to neglect nnythlng that con glvo encouragement to tho gold cause This is what ho finds in tho stato of Iowa however It may startlo pcoplo in tho cast to know that as Iowa fctands today tho voto is about a tie Tho extraordinary strength of tho sil ver sentimont here has been suddenly revoaled to the Republican stato com lnittco by tho preliminary cuirass of tho counties Something liko two thirds of tho dis tricts have been heard from and they show a Republican bolt of nioro than 30000 Tho Dcmocratio dofection is in tho With tho neighborhood of 10000 32000 and odd Populist votes joined to tho Domocratio strength Bryan would havo n majority Tho Republicans do not attempt to conceal tho facts They frankly admit that tho stato is dangerously close And tho most remarkablo thing about it is that Mr Hanua has been looking for a Republican majority of 50000or70000 in Iowa Mr Treynor tho secretary of tho Republican state committee told mo that tho reports from all parts of tho stato already in his hands indicated that thero wero at least 30000 Republicans classed as doubtful but actually leaning toward free silver Mr Cummins tho Republican na tional committeeman of lowa confirmed this statement an hour later They admitted that on tho surfaco of tho reports tho silver and gold vote was about a tie but claimed that thero was much reason to beliovo that a largo part of tho disaffected Republicans could bo won back to tho party by earnest work The reports of tho Republican com mittco tally almost exactly with thoso of tho Democratic stato committee Mr Currie tho Democratic stato chairman said that Mr Treyuors fig ures ngrced in a general way with tho o reported to Democratic headquarters When I mailo tho trip through Iowa a few mccLs ago it Formed to nip that most of tho Republican free siler talk was froth for many of tho farmers who talked against tho gold standard also expressed their admiration for McKin ley I found Democratic newspapers and Democratic politicians denouncing freo silver All has bceu changed in this brief space- of time Tbo trouble seems to bo that while tho Republicans havo been appealing to vorkingmen in tbo towns and cities to Htaud for sound money on tho ground that it meant high wagca ami low prices of commodities thoy havo been driving into tho freo silver camp the farmcru who want to hiro labor at low rates and sell products at high rates For instance President Ives of tho Burlington Cedar Rapids and Northern railway had tho following circular handod to every employee of tho road with his wages Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M C J Ivxs Think of tbo effect of such n docu ment on the minds of farmers who aro compelled to toll their oats at 8 cents corn at 20 cents and wheat at 45 cents Teni of thousands of thoso circulars were immediately distributed through the farming districts by tho Domocratio stato commit tco and former Governor Boies has been pointing out to tho fanners of Iowa who aro holding last years crop in their bius and barns in the kopo of higher prloos that froo sil ver will doublo tho price of farm prod- Â¬ Â¬ To tho Employ oca of the D C It and N Rail way la not thli money good enough for yon Why ahould any man and especially a railroad man want money which wilt purchase Lut half as much as thin Tbo amount puld to you In 1835 wan 11817119 39 It the doctrines of the ellvor party nro true the product of the farm aru to bring a higher price Do yon wish to veto to Increase the prioo of tho aaclc of flour or the meat you bay It this doctrine la true all articles brought from foreign countries will be doubled In price such as eoffe tea and tugar Do you wlih to pay more The rates of freight and for passengers on the railways are fixed by law and cannot be raised Tbo railway company must pay you In the money it receives and cannot pay you more than now for tho reason that it will re- Â¬ ceive no more than now notwithstanding the fact that it will be only half as good if Mr Bryan Is our next president the mon ey of the country will bo silver or silver notes on a silvor basis This railway company lias to pay the interest on its bonds In gold 1411000 and it it has to pay a premium to get it and thereby the in terest account Is Increased thoru will bo no way to meet It except by reducing expenses and while the pay may not be reduced the number of men employed must be reduced Do you wish to take thu chance of it being you who will be out of a place Yours truly i The result of this appeal in tho agri cultural district is ihown in tho alarm lag report which urn now pouring into the Bf publioau headqnurteri Â¬ Mr and Mrs John Mercer Lodiburg who were visiting Mrs and Mrs Jou Was In Perfect Health Ihe Day Before Parsoim and other friends returned home Friday All our leading men both old and Ky Sept 18 1800 ELiZAnETiiTowv young went to Louisville to seo William Mrs Mary J Robertson an estimable Jennings Bo an and returned very much old lady of this place was found dead in enthused bed Thursday morning at 7 40 oclock Mr and Mrs J A lies ton returned Her daughter Mrs S II Bush with from Louisville Saturday where they whom she resided sent a servant girl to have been purchasing a handsome lino her room to see if she was ready to come of fall goods down to her breakfast When the ser Â¬ Rev J B Galloway is conducting a vant looked into the room she thought very successful meeting at Cave Spring Mrs Robertson was still asleep and did A goodly number from this congregation not attempt to disturb her but in tho course of a half hour the girl returned to are attending the room a second time and to her horMrs Ellis Roberts and Mrs Ed Hall ror found her cold and stiiTin death were home on a pleasant visit to their On Wednesday and the day before father and mother Mr and Mis Tlios Mrs Robertson spent the day with relaParsons last week tives in town and whensho came home Mr and Mrs Joe Im eons attended the Wednesday evening lale she ate a very Presbytery at Shoit Creek and were hearty supper for a lady of her advanced handsomely entertained by the family age and was in a very jolly mood tho enof Mr Jesse Butler tire evening until bed time She retired Mrs Laura Jarboo and sweet little sou at the usual hour apparently in tho very and daughters Hudra Ray and Blanche best of health Little did her loving arc spending this week in Cloverport family and friends think she woud bewith Mrs Robert Lewis hold her the nest morning a corpse Miss Xeddiu Hunter who has been When found she had her feet thrust with her sister Mrs Brite at Ruth re- Â¬ out to one bide cf thu bed as though she turned home Saturday and is now very had endeavoied to get up from tho bed but had failed to do so However this sick with remittent fever discovery was not made until tho servant Madam Rumor says the village bells berond time will soon chime another wedding day girl went to the room the Mis Robertron n born in Ireland in when the Doctors new homo will be the year of 1812 and came to this coun- Â¬ graced by a lovely young bride try with her f ither and mother Mr and Several of our teachers and young Mrs Patrick Piatt when she was but Bis people attendid the teachers association years of age The jilatt family settled in at New Poundland last Saturday They Washington county Ky ami when the report a pleasant instructive dry subject of this sketch was in tho nine Â¬ A Literary Society organized ft tho teenth year of hi r aga sho was married school house to meet every Wednesday to William liobertbou who was at the night It is hoped that both old aid time sheriff of that county Mr Robert Â¬ ycung will take an interest and be puce son finally read law was duly admitted tual in attendance to the bar removtd to Hogdenville Mrs E A Cannon and Mr Juet Mr where she became quite eminent as a Daniels wer in Glendeane Siturdav successful practioner in that profession Mrs Cannonj broken arm is wry pain Â¬ before he died many years ego at that ful and we am sorrj oho lailed to e ie Dr place Their union was the result of six Dempster wlntn tha went to consult bright and intelligent children three of We regret tD soon jdve up our go d whom are alio dead William Robertson the eldest child neighbors Mr and Mrs Millon Coku They move to Jol ys Station w he e Mr is a prosperous merchant at Jackson Coko teaches this ft I Mrs Coke Urn Tennthe next child Miss Elizi Robexcellent swet uoiian and leave noie ertson was for a term of ypars connected ith the Baptist Orpnans Home of Loubut friends in hero i home isville but in ISK sho wvnt to Jeru Dr Bells Peopt rmint Chill Tone salem to do miss onary work for her tastes good is gooJ end does good An church but died last October a martyr eUtctual positive and permanent curu to chiibJan duty the third is Mrs Hat for chills fevar and ague Contains no tie Bush who is tho beloved wife of poison An anti malarial and an up- Â¬ Judre S II Bush of this place the fifth building tonic a blood purifier An ap- Â¬ child was Hon Thomas A Robertson petizer aiding digeftion It niakts the who besides being an eminent lawyer Largo bottles 50c represented this district in Congress for complexion jood Guaranteed by all dealers two terms and was defeated for a third terra He died here only a few years BIG SPRING ago the last and sixth child Suenio is the wife of Mr Jaus Terry of this place Ben Clarkson Jr In Ekron Baptht AsThe deceased old mother was greatly sociation In Seslon John Pcnlok beloved by every one and her sudden Thrown Frcm His Horse death was a considerable shock not only to her relations but to tho entire com- Â¬ munity Her remains wero interred at Miss el ma Strother will rcturi home the Hodgenville cemetery next Thursday Several of our citizens went over to see and hear Bryan Miss Mary Harl of Cecilia H visiting Better than either ia a healthy Miss Ruby Miller liver If tho liver ia O K tho Ben Clarkson Jr is in Ekron neigh man ia O K Ilia blood ia kept borhood buying apples ho Miss Lady and Genlevle Clarknon have pure hia digestion perfect and can enjoy lifo and act intelligently returned from Eliznbethtown and patiently upon tho questiona A It Morris and the D F Walton are of tho day You all know what to attending Conference at Hopkinsville take 1 ou havo known it for years The Baptist Association is being held It is Simmon3 Liver Regulator at the new Salom church near here this week Sept L2 20 Mrs O B Fritz who has beeu visiting Mrs Harry Miller returned to her home at Hawesvillo last Sunday Miss Bettlo Clarkson has returned home after an absence of several weeks visiting ralatives at Brandenburg Rev Goebel did not fill his appoint Â¬ ment at the Baptist church the third Sunday nor will preach the fourth Sun- Â¬ R E G U L ATO day John Penick living near hero was thrown from his horeo last Sunday and sustained a fracture of his lower limb at For years you and your fathora tho ankle joint ho is being attended by havo found it of aterling worth DrHtrothor who reports him doing very It ia and nlwaya has been put up well at present writing only by J II Zoilin Co Tako An eyo Bore a sore oye or two sore nono but tho genuine It has tbo eyes may bo cured by the us of Suther- Â¬ Red Z on tho front of tho wrapper lands Eagle Eye Salve 25c a tube at and nothing clso is tho samo and nothing so good all dealers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Held otcr Irom last wecl Rov Whitlow ol Patesvllle attended SILVER OR GOLD sssssPVBasssssI rM the burial here yesterday A G Wright is again confined to the bouse with chills and fevers Miss Hallio Wright and brother Wil lie are quite sick at this writing Mrs Malissa Quisenberry who has been sick for several weeks we are sorry to say is no better Messrs W S and Maple GIvens of Oak Grove neighborhood attended the burial here yesterday J T Thornton is making preparations to move to Aetnaville which will van ish another silverite from our community Rov C B Phillips wife and grand- Â¬ daughter Miss Cora of Reynolds at tended the funeral yesterday aud took dinner with Mrs Quisenberry Cabel Hawkins wife and little daugh Â¬ ter Hallle of Breckenridge countywore the guests ol his only sister Mrs Mary Patterson several days last week Rev A W McDanieV passed through here last Tuesday on his way to Rubs ill ville to enter Bethel College where he will attend for tho next ten months Mrs A G Wright and nephew Clarence went to Whiteavillo yesterday to see Dr Hall under whose treatment she has been for tho past month and we aru glad to say is improving fast J L Morrison aud family moved to Deanfleld last week to engage in the mining business We regret vry much to loose such a citiz n but wish him siicces in his new enterprise AV P Bennett after a very pleasant visit to his mothers on Grten river returned home Wednesday ace impanied by his sister Miss Lizzie whit will be the guett of her uncle G W Vickers for several weeks Last Monday night at 12 o lock Mr Ed Bivens and son Ifillian w re called to Hartford to the bedside of their youngest son and brothei I m who was seriously ill and lived on a short time after their arrival On tho morning of August IMth Mr Loren Reynolds and Miss Uffit Pnillips accompanied by Mr Ed Rrookr- - and 111m Ella Morrison winded their nay over hills and hollows and across the rol Inp waves of the beautiful Ohio to Rock port Ind where they were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony by Esq Stewart Tuesday night t -- n m They returned homo next r ty looting ery tired and wornout from their long and needless ourneyas ther was npareotal objections on the side of either party Mrs Reynolds was reared he e and by her affable and winsome disposition has won the lovo of all While Mr Rey- Â¬ nolds is a prosperous farmer of Ohio county and stands high in social circles he needs to congratulate himself in se- Â¬ curing such an esteemable lady is a companion They have the best wishes of the community and trust their lifo may bo one of happiness and sunshine Cam Bivens dead These are the words that were handed from person to person last Wednesday How startling for nono knew he was sick until the day before and this sad nows was such a shock to every one For just two weeks ago today ho left seemingly well for Hartford where he expected to enter school for the ensuing year Yes ho enterad and attended only two days when he was taken ill though not seriously and no danger was apprehended until last Monday when he was taken w ith covulslons and from that time grow rapidly worse until Wednesday Sept 1 at 11a m when he breathed his last and his bright spirit winged its way heavenward to its final resting place Tho subject of this sketch was born Sept 2 1877 consequently wai ninteeu years and seven days old A bright energetic and exemplary young man just entering into the use- Â¬ fulness of life thought young Cam had spent almost four years of Ids life in the service of his Lord Having proÂ¬ fessed faith in Christ December 1892 and on tho 8th of January following united himself with the Roseville Baptist church from which place I havo often heard his voice atceod In prayer for those out oi Christ Alas I his voice is hushed to our ears evermore until gathered around the Celestial throne How often we are called to wonder at Gods mysterious works for how little did wo think when Cam bade his many Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ friends good bye on his departure for school that in less than two weeks his precious form would be hauled homo to His Ids family n cold and icy corpse father and brother reached his bedsido on Tuesday and tho bright smile that played upon Cams face when ho recog Â¬ nized his father and said Pa is that you 7 will never grow dim to tho nged father His remains were brought home Wed Â¬ nesday nghtfo11owed by father brother Mr Collin and two Mr Westerfields of Hartford and at 10 a m Thursday his funeral was preached at the Roseville Baptist church by Rev O B Phillips John 1413 afttr which his remains were laid to rest in the cemetry by his dear mother He leaves a father step mother sister brother and many friends to mourn his departure but our loss is only his gain and we extend our deepest sympathy to the bereaved family in this their great- Â¬ est tiial of life death Dcarefcl lather cease your weeping For I am only at rest 1 know jou loved me dearly Though God loted me best1 Running and Trotting Races Their half mile track is improving every year and bids fair this year to be a record breaker The usual purses will be given there will be no entrance fee and everybody has the same chance Dont be afraid of freeze outs- - you have got a show every time and if your horse is the fastest you get the purse and it costs you nothing to enter r The Price of Admission To see the Races from the Grand stand has been reduced to 10c so look out you dont get left when the rush comes The Floral Hall Display Will be up to the usual standing and will be as attractive as last The premiums are year The Poultry will be first class good and the quantity and quality of the exhibits are Getter every year The Prospects for the Fair Â¬ Â¬ Is first class crops aie good the people have been staying at home want an outing so look out for the best fair for years You neednt be afraid to bring your boys and girls nothing goes this year but first class entertainments no intoxicating liquors of any kind will be sold and an old fashioned fair is what will be the ticket REMEMBER THE DATES Hrothcr sister I have left thes For a home ahoe the skies Say some swret day wont you meit met And dwell with mother and OGTOBER 6789 101896 apply to the Mr Buck Collins and two Mr Wester Â¬ fields accompanied the corpse home Excursion Rates by River and Railroad For priviliegcs apply o T A PEDLEY Mgr Owcnsboro For Premium List Secretary or other information Wednesday night The family and friends of the deceased wish to extend our many thanks to Mr and Mis Col- Â¬ lins for their tender care and love ad Â¬ ministered to Cam during his i lines and may God reward tliem for their goodnis as it is not in our power to do so J W GARTER Secretary TTTtriMCjrrTj DR C II TODD Prest pv d AfetCka VVVZVVV--LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Why euUer with Coughs Colds and LaGrippe w hen Laxative Bromo Quinine willcure you in one day Does not pro Â¬ duce tho ringing in the head like Sul- Â¬ phate of Qtiiuine Put up in tablets con- Â¬ venient for taking Guaranteed to cure or money refunded Price 25 Cents For sale by A R Fisher The Willard Hotel Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and entrance are Marble and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors of Bed rooms Offices and Dining room Beautifully Dcco Parlors and Upper Halls Its equipments throughout are withont ruted and Brilliantly Lighted South rate of charges considered a superior in the GLENDEANE Jake Smith Falls From a Load of Baled H ly Miss Hallle Moorman Home Returns lltld ocr from last week Over 810000 havo been expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY Good man eases of chills 1 U Moorman went to Webster Sat- Â¬ W Scott Miller Smith in J Sxeeuey men He tolls y ur correspondent t int Murray was fn rly uouinated nnd that Smitlmhould hi ignoifd irniriBtnrtt fiiish Should Mr Murray unke ths rate he would find a urn mipporter ir Mr ltobert 1 here art man son uters in this section who would siiprt him with e uhI eiriitMiiFs Mr Kibertson states that the Washington ount gentleman Sweeney writhe causd of trouble Let Dive Murray make a race now or when oer he will and heiea pledging him He is surely destined to our3upoort giacu tie Hull ot ConpsiSs and whethei it be now twi or adozsn years hence O d ftreckeuiidge is for her idolized son OVER THE RIVER urday Jou Parsons of McDiniel was litre Saturday Miss Monna Hunter was sick with chills last week Mr and Mrs James Moorman went to Cloverport Sunday MIsh Hallio Moorman returned from Loiirivillo Saturday Jim On en nnd Vic Robertson went to LouUvillu Saturday Mias Annie Stone Falls of Rough was hero shopping Saturday Mrs Dr Dempster goes to Louisville to day and will bo absent several das Dick Owen Silver Dick is leading tho Giend ane silverites iu Louisville to day William Skillman West View was here Saturday on his way to see his sis- Â¬ ter at Rockvale Misa Mary Pej ton of Falls of Rough is attending school here and boarding at D C Moormans Mrs Louis Ashley is sick Two or three of Mr Ashleys children are get Â¬ ting up from tho fevers Mr and Mrs John Grant of Stephens port and a Mr Brown of Sample are visiting Mr James Armstrong Mrs Ola Meyer Buras spent Sunday at tho Falls of Rough From there she goes to Caney ville for a fow weeks Miss Ella Robertson after a delightful visit iu Unioutown and a short stay in Cloverport is at homo and attending Jr Manager Are Afraid TO READ OF BOM SIDES Ttm QUESTION The New York Journal is the only Metropolitan paper indorsing Bryan and Sewall and it daily publishes articles by the leading- financiers of the country on both sides of the question Politicals Warning up in Southern Indiana and Speaks Well The political pot is now boiling in southern Indiana and the woods are full of political orators last Thursday night Hon Win T Zjiuor Democratic nomi- Â¬ nee for Congress in the Third Indiana district spoke at Tobinsport nnd several enthusiasts from Cloverport went over to hear him A large crowd greeted the speeker and he did uot disappoint them lie confined his remarks almost exclu- Â¬ sively to the money question and ho kuew his object well Over tho speakers head hung a large portrait of William Jennings Bryan framed in beautiful iliwers and Ameri can flags which had been placed there by tho dulicateol the ladles of Tobins- Â¬ port and its presence seemed to lend inspiration to the occasion As Mr Zlnor warmed to his subject the crowd grew more enthusiastic and ho was frequently inturrupted by ap plauss Alter the speaking a largo Bryan and silver club was organized They already have a gun club composed ot young men and young ladies of Tobinsport and the rendering of their music is truely inspiring Zdnor will be elected to Congress by a majority of 0000 or more Â¬ Silver versus Gold It is progressive liberal and always espouses the cause of the masses Every broad minded man should read it whether Republican or Democrat 1 Daily Utopa Mrs Ned Cannon of McDaniels was here Saturday to see Dr Dempster An arm broken soruo time ago Is giving her trouble No preaching at Goshen last Sunday Bro Rutbdge is engaged in a meeting at The Riv Duggins of Stephensport Harned was expected but failed to ar- Â¬ rive Col Greens family at Falls of Rough made departures as follows last week Mim Jennie left for school in Louisville Preston returned to Danville and Sara Major returned to Annapolis Jake Smith a well known farmer hero fell from a load of baled htyon Friday evening and was unconscious for a time Head aud shoulder bruised and thumb broken are tho results Dr Dempster was called R G Robertson has returned from that memorable Ellzabethtown conven- Â¬ tion It is easy to see that lie is disgust Â¬ ed with the closing actions of those i cent everywhere Subscription for One Month Including Sunday 40 cents Two Months and a Half - 100 Send subscription to -- HI II J N2W YORI The New York Journal Circulation Department For years says Capt O Mueller I have relied more upon Ayers Tills than anything else in the medicine chest to regulnte my bowels and those of the ships crew Theso pills are not severe in their action but do their work thorough ly mmmBm m Winn THE BRRGKENRIDGR Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair NEXWS LH DFL Fresh Candles Polk k Gregory New pickles In bulk Polk k Gregory Born to the wife of John Burns last Hon week n gtrl Born to the wlfo of Charles Bolder a fine boy 8ept 17th Mrs 11 V Duncan went to Louisville Monday to purchase her fall line of millÂ¬ IS HE AFRAID 1 John W Lewii Would Not Divide Time With Hon David II Murray imo- - soma wiit belly arr Ilardloil urg II 00IK9 HIT Dally arr i W TIME TABLE 21 o GLOYKRPORT KY Tutts Pills 7pmmmmmmmmimmmmt pn Cure AH asenser Ilerdloilur 730 a m j After speaking at Hardlnsburg last Saturday afternoon Hon John W inery Charhy Durham Sold His Farm Flap is health The secret of health is Heron ACos saw mill which is now Lewis Republican candidate for ConRaising at Kirk Saturday A Cer- Â¬ gress came down to Cloverport to en the power to digest and assimlocated at Glendeane will move here llghttn hla benighted followers hero on tificate Has Been Filed In shortly ilate a proper quanity of food m When you strike it with one nf our all steel lialchcts the beauties of godbugism and proMrs M L Wroe and children of near This can never be done when tection this week The County Clerks Office Declaring D H Pellvillc are the guesta of Mr and Mrs Zm He was rt quested at Hardlnsburg to the liver does not act its part TIios Wroo Smith The Nomlneo of The Conven- Â¬ divide timo with Hon David R MurOur new laundry soap It is practical- Â¬ tion atElliabethtown MOST PERFECT MADE ly a self washer Try it A sample free ray Democratic canJIdate for samo of lice but this ho refused to do When A pure Grape Crenm of Tartar Powder Polk A Gregory Tutts Liver Pills are an abso- Â¬ Free he came to Cloyerport he was again A J Gios was here Monday from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant J B Parker Manager of the Minneap asked to debate lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ the subject with Mr MlssTako Owen returned home last olis Threshing Machine Co was in the 40 Years the Standard A Square thing this week Plane matter of fact business Murray and ho again refused to do so Sunday pepsia sour stomach malaria city yesterday on legal business L The place sdected for Mr Lewis to Z Going to Hracc tip a Hit and bliave prices on R T Popham has sold his saloon busi Â¬ Circuit Court is the second week In constipation torpid liver piles Breckenridge News ness at Webster to S V Young Mr soeak here was tho negro Baptist church October Hard ware down to the lowest pi ices m jaundice bilious fever bilious- Â¬ and thin of course shut off any calls Popham will move to LouIsvUIh The R publlcaiis were all hero last that might have been made for Mr WEDNESDAY SEITEMUEU 23 1890 ness and kindred diseases Augustus Brown went to Sample Saturday yesterday evening Mr Brown delivered Murray after Mr Lewis had finished as Ellhu Meador living near this place Mr Murray could not speak in the LOCAL BREVITIES a free silver speech to the people of church without the consont of the trus-Â¬ is ill with fever that place tees and in this manner Lewis escaped Fresh bread on Wednesday and Satur Â¬ Mr II 0 Brandenburg proprietor of The Bryan Democratic club met nt the Fire places are in order now the skinning that he otherwise would day J II Hook the Cloyerport Hotel and Mhs Emma court house last Saturday night A large Such sawing Saws since you came from Arkansaw as the have received New milliner Btore see their line Mr Pickard and wife arrived from number of new Bartles of this city were married in names were added to the The church was well filled with a Louisville Monday Sawing Saws wc sell Louisville Millinery Company wants Louisville Monday vote your trade William G Pumphery sold to James mixed moss of humanity and Mr Lewis Marion Beard left Inst week forElkton It B Bashatn of Lodiburg was grunt Â¬ proceeded to harrangue tho crowd for Ky to attend school Kcv Donald Grant will preach at T Sklllman his interest in tho Sklllman ed a license by the County Court nt an hour and a half or morn in the most farm near Webster last week for the G us ton next Sunday Mr J R Johnson is at home for a week to solemnize the rights of mntri approved Republican campaign style Dress making in all the latest styles at consideration of 250 His interest was His speech was composed entirely of short stay at Stephensport mony a fourteenth part the new millinery store All kinds of drugs and patent medi pointless demagogism witless auecdotes The silver Democrats will have a big The engagement of Miss Daisy Mercer g Headed and going to build this fall a house or barn Let g lag raising at Kirk next Saturday Able Fresh oysters at Selfrieds next Friday of Hardlnsburg and inapt comparisons and it was easy cines at cut rato prices Witt Ky and Mr Estill E night served in any style speakers will be present A great crowd S to see why he feared to debate with tis Hammer this fact into your head Wc have a line Go to Kreemt rs old stand for a first Sutton of Louisville Ky 1b announced will bo there Born to the wife of John II Blytbe The wedding will take place October posted speakers His remarks however class lunch J H Hook Prop of buildcis material to close out and we are going seemed to fit tiie intellectual capacity of twin girl babies last week Lost Setter dog tan witb whiM Fresh cakes always on band at Kreem 14th at the M E Church South Har- to close them out cheap Nail these bargains a mnjority of his hearers and he was ers old stand J H Hook Prop breast and face A liberal reward will Co tie works will dinsburg Ky Moorman Dean frt quently Interrupted by applause jZZ while yon can For they are Hinged and close the 1st of next month Adam Dutschke has been employed Dr J 0 Bush the dentist will bo In be given for his return to me at Hardlns- Â¬ One Incident ot the speaking deserves burg P M Bkaiid a Locked upon real big bargains that Hardlnsburg Oct 5 C 7 8 and I Lucy May Dean colored returned to by tho Tobacco Warehouse Combine notice Charles Braxton a true dtscend Itev W B Sueed was returned to his Louisville He is traveling in this counschool at Shelbyville Monday Mr McClure arrived here last week q are Screwed down to the lowest jg ant of Ham and a dovoted follower of work at f ouisvillo aain this year Ills There will be no preaching at the ty and soliciting consignments Mr Mr Lewis became so interested while with his family trom Leitclifield Scale wife it is understood will make this Dutschke thinks the Combine will be a Presbyterian church next Sunday Dowe Cox a Republican of this place place speaker was elucidating the ancient her home this winter great benefit to the planters has declared for Bryan and Sawall Mrs Alfred Oelze entertained a few of Mr C LCornwall of Louisville came subject of the tariff that befell asleep Mary K Tool a mute was allowed her friends to tea Monday evening Miss Bessie Beard left last week to at Â¬ down yesterday and made arrangements and probably while he was dreaming of 20 in tho County Court last week to J C NOLTK Assignee Some very swell Btyles of fall millinery to go to work at the Ashby quarry He the near coming of Old Crimp he tend school at Bowling Green Ky provldo her clr thing and defray her ex are on display at the new millinery store will employ about seventy five men in uttered a prolonged groan which echoed Watches movement cases separate penses to the afsylum at Danville Walter May has charge of Mrs II V getting out rock for the Louisville anal all over the church and did not stop till or together at all prices James Kinche The first Jitarlerly meeting of the Duncans millinery store while she is in He will ship about live car loads of stone it smote the speakers ears Mr Lewis loe Methodist church will be held here in probably thinking that it wosBome Dem Â¬ Louisville a day whon he gets his full foice to Mr A X Klncheloe has quit travel Taylors chapel the Fourth Saturday and ocrat uttering disapproval of bis argu Â¬ 5kwVV-VVVVVintr and thinks lie will go into business Sunday in tills month Kev C J Howes Sheriff Silas Pate was in the city Sun work ment blurted out Yes you may groan Misses Jennie and Mamie Calloway day Wonder what is the attraction here presiding come to this city from Waltman Ky and you may keep on groaning I know for him hero on this day Rev E E Pate left last Saturday to Dr J C Hush the dentist ann unces this tariff business makes you sick and GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Mrs C E Lightfoot who has been in and are highly recommended They you will be sicker than that about the attend the annual conference at Hopkins that he will be hero on October oth and For the Sale of Country Produce understand the art of dress making and ville Louisville netting the new fall styles of Jerm in Umk remain several days Persons desiring f lttferenrM Vtrn Rink TiJelily Trust Company will show the latest fashions and designs third of next November 101ISVIUE KV 5il WrUJIaiUtSlrwt UflwoenSili nJ llllli millinery lor her trade returntd homo any work in his line should remember Cigars Tobacco Notions and a first It can be truthfully said that the com- Â¬ in Millinery Their place of business is Monday night the date and give him a call in the old bank building recently vacat- Â¬ ing of Mr Lewis to Cloverport did him class line of confectioneries at J 11 Kev S G Shelley and wife loft yester ed by F Seifrled It B Cox arrived here last week from A share of your pat- Â¬ no good There was considerable grumbl- Â¬ Hooks day for Hopkinsville to attend the An ronage will be highly appreciated by ing among the colored brethren after II S McCoy has been appointed ad- Â¬ Union Star and opened up the old Ham nual Methodist Conference which con them the speaking about white folks carrj ministrator of the estate of II B McCoy bleton Hotel He usks a liberal sliaru of in deir speakers ober to our chuches deceased venes in that city to day the public patronago assuring satisfacMis Ray Dyer and Mr John Neu We have been informed that Mu tion in every particular Dr and Mrs F M Smith entertained beaur were quietly married lost WednesÂ¬ an turniu our clinches into places fo And Every Sensible Practical and Economical Man Favors The Itepublicans have an appointment the Hon John AV Lewis to dinner Sun day evening at the residence of the holdin politix meetius fo us to clean James Withers of Kirk is in a critical for speaking in every district in the coun- Â¬ day Those present were Capt J 11 brides sister Mrs Jesso Tinius Holt up after dem why dontda carrjadeni condition It seems that the I Rev S GShelloy performed the ceremo- Â¬ up to deir chuches Itouland and wife aud Mr Amel Oelze Mr and Mrs Gray ofGarfi Id were ty during this and a part of next week lay members generally were surprised Wo would like to hear of an appoint The now chill cure Dr lulls Pepper ny Miss Dyer is a niece of Mr J J when they learned that the speaking here lust Sunday visiting Mr Robert ment for a Democrat Better move on mint Chill Tonic looks better tastes Dyer of this city a lovely young woman was to be in the church and they did MlGuIIIu A certitlcate signed by C C JlcCord better acts belter and is better than any aud has a host of friends Mr Neu not know by whose authority or con The Bryan club of this plae has in- Â¬ other All dealers guarantee it to cure beaur is formerly from Owensboro but sent it was There will probably have vited Gus Brown to speak to them next chaliinau of the Klizahcthtown Demo 20 dot ladies black and btriped bote jond quality cratic Convention and W II Gardner 50 pc 1irnin livtn tho price wn 8c now only 3u Tlio Hirtliilnv untertninmont riven has been employed at the shops for a to be some smoothing up done before Saturday nit lit at sc iJ year or twohhand has many friends here i secretary declaring I 11 Smith nomi I lot ot crash toutiing at 3c i -i i ii i iy me JKUie s aiu una ivesoyienau Sewing machine supplies needles at Â¬ Dont forget we handle all kinds of school supplies nt at 9c Mrting News extends congratulations to the things will work out satisfactorily nee of said convention was tiled in the Aik for our mvunless Supinr pair air lowest prices Gleaners Socities last week was quite The lockat 5c tachments oil etc for all machines lnK huuy happy young couple county clerks oilice last week a success Fully 45 was realized for the Irb curliiiu at 40c 50c or jc worth double price A nice line lad es button shoes with tips at 75c 98c James Kiuchelou SANDY HILL and f i 34 Must be seen to be appriciitetl The certificate of Chairman JfcCord Wool filling JKtc ivorili 35c only Iic building fund PERSONAL suitings oUl at 35c close We carry the larnest line of Mens and Hoys cloth Silver plated knives and forks carving thick seems to shut Murray out of the Demo- Â¬ Imported out nt hirtin and Dr It L Newom says The cause iiiK in this kirt ol the country We have some thtiii 15c knives and forks at reduced prices cratic nomination for Congress in this Past lolnr red Damask nice patterns nt loe Meeting at Highland Farmers Delivering spociils at jityS to iS and 498 Goods Nowjom Gardner w In town Saturday of sound money 1b getting brighter every James Klncheloe worth twice the money district The certificates precludes him Good nit linen towels loe S S Watktns went to Owensboro Monday Apples 200 Barrels of Apples day Hut w hat about the sound dollars Tho Democrats oi ght to wake up and from running as the nominee He can IAtra heavy cotton worth 5c at 4c Grey blankets at Cjc 90c giii Frank Boyd spent Sunday with his family Doctor Ihey are growing beautifully For 300 White blankets 75c 5c gt to work If they expect to carry this niiiKe the race as an iudependatit candl Hleaih cottonof nice smooth ooJs worlh 7c atnewest We have just added a90c ft 10 departimnt and will W V Downier spent Sunday In IUrdlus less in the bauds of the people A In line grocery lidirs black dress goads county in November burg date sell every thing In this line at rock bottom prices weasestinil lowit priies We havo never yet been undersold Â¬ W I Holt of Holt was In the elty SaturJohn W Lewis refuses to divide time 75Cand6ocsllpprr and Oxlard lies A rood bl liking brush 10c J Davis Abhcraft filled his regular apÂ¬ Misses Catharine and Lizzie Eskridgo All of our and never intend to be we have bought day Indigo calico 4c best quility with a Democrat He says lie prefers to entertained several of their friends at tea ntt5C pointment Sunday afternoon Kev Donald Grant went to Louisville yes oods at such low figures that we can full line of laJies capes to mose Mens ball thoei the det we eser had at Vie Just re eised make his own canvass one evening last week Those present Misi Nellie Henry and her cousin are AH ft 50 and 75c shirt waists at 980 them quick at 25 ell them at prices that will surprise terday Miss Eva Heston who has icen visit- Â¬ wero Misses Jakie Owen Hettie Taylor L 0 Addison of Addlion was In the city visiting relatives near Kkrou even you Miller iiglittoot Saturday ing for souietimu in Hardin county re- Â¬ Jessie Schull I of Kerrick and Messrs If you dont see what you want ask for it We have it and at the Supt W D Ashcraft is at home superOur claim is nut that we are the only Mrs Finch of Owensdoro la visiting Mrs turned home last week Allen Klncheloe Jimmy Kincln loe aud right Price We invite yon to call and see us intending his mothers apple crop people in the business but that every J E Hall Ho v S F Kelly the new pastor for Godfrey Haswell Clint Adklsson of Webster was In the city Misses Lucy and Hettie Henderson lady consults her own interest by care- Â¬ yesterday the Methodist church here Is expected John W Lewis Representative in fully considering our prices and fair and J W Hates of Ilawesville was In the city attended the meeting at Highland nRANDENUURC KV with hia family next week Congress from this district was here square dealings Miller Lightfoot Thursday Mrs Jesse Herndon was improving Tho most complete lino of sptctacles Saturday and made his same old tariff Rot J II Maisey of Sample was in the slowly when lost we heard from her 0 T Sklllman went to Hock Haven city Monday His argument on thu money in gold and steel frames and glasses to speech Saturday evening to join a party of young Many of our people havo been enjoy suit you James Klncheloe John Gardner of Union Star was in the pustion did not change an body that ladies and gentlemen from Louisville on city Saturday ing the protracted meeting at Highland Mrs Albertha Speak has b en appoint Â¬ wo heard of Mr Lewis wants to go was In the theStr Tell City They were joined 0 L Cornwall of Louisville Miss Hena Smith of Stony Point ed guardian for II 1 J L and W L back to Congress and the peoples vote city Monday hero Sunday morning by W S liowmer spent Sunday with her cousin Miss Ella Speak by the County Court is the main thing lie is after E A Richardson of Louisville was In the We wish to thank our patrons for city yctterday Smith Chairman Whitworth received a letter We have a few monthly report cards past favors and also wish to inform them Chas Qallagan of Cannelton Ind was In Elijah Ashcraft who has charge of the at this c like which we can furnish the from Col Mat ODoherty Louisville last that we have a full line of fall and win the city Monday school at Long Branch is at home this school teachers in the county week Btating that ho would be glad to Mils Salllo Daniels came borne last week tor goods which will be on display at week chilling some silver speeches in this counfrom her school slok Mrs Schull were hero last make Mr and our opening Friday and Saturday Mil- Â¬ -Harry Moorman came up last Wednesday The farmers of our community are week from Ohio county visiting their ty during the campaign if he could find ler Lightfoot from Owensboro sick time to do so Mr ODoherty said fur- Â¬ very buisy preparing their wheat ground daughter Mrs Frank Haswell There is no secret in doing gocd Tobln Groves was the guest of Miss Ida sssmlm ther that the cause of free silver was and delivering apples business other than to have the Iiight Welsenberger Sunday Mr and Mrs Zick Richardson of UnMr ODoherty Tne Sandy Hill Mite Society will meet ion Star were here lost Sunday visiting tho causo of humanity 0 II Kledel and Herbert Illedel of Holts Goods at the Itlght Prices these we has heretofore been a strong Itopubllcan were In the city Sunday at the residence of Charlie Andersons their daughter Mrs P M Beard claim to have and ask the opportunity and many will remember a speech bo Miss Etta Mattingly Louisville is the guest Saturday night the 20th of submitting them to your judgement of Miss Dertha Mattingly John W Lewis thinks tho fight be- Â¬ made here about two years ago at tho Messrs Clinton Crutcher and T Ten tween Murray and Smith insures him a Miller Lightfoot llobt L Oelte accompanied the Hon Jno Catholic picnic supporting the princi dell ot Garrett spent Sunday here the scat in congress for another term Dr J 0 Bush the well known dentist W Lewis to Uolts bottom Sunday ples of that party T 0 Uardesty of Louisville spent Sunday guests of Miss Nlny Basket of Cannelton will be at HardinBburg to My stock of drugs are always fresh and here the guest of Miss Addle Ditto Notick practice his profession October 5 0 7 8 Miss Carrie Laubeit of Hardin county of the best quality Prescriptions care- Â¬ Mrs Laura Jarboe and ber three children I am now doing the repairs oi watches and I If you need any dental work are visiting her sister Mrs It W Lewis is spending a few weeks witli Miss Nel- Â¬ fully compounded at all hours Witt clocks spectacles jewelry and silver Miss Birdie Davidson Sheffield Ala will be lie Henry and other relatives wait for him for he Is the recognized Charley Durham has sold his farm ware shop next door to John Hobens the guest of Miss Bertha Mattingly for a few dentist of the state Saturday being our regular church near Kirk to Buck Bowman days Mr Dur- Â¬ store opposite Hamilton Hotel Call Louisville Presbytery meets in the Finly Brown of Kirk spent Monday and meeting the church extended to Rev ham is going to Illinois in the spring and seo me T 0 Lowis city of Louisville this week Rev Grant Tuesday with bis cousin Miss Florence T J Duvall the care of the church for The almighty dollar is what you are left yesterday morning to attend that Lewis months fifteen 8 16 Mrs J W Jarrett and Miss Dixie Petri after now but dont forget my low prices gathering and to complete arrangements Henry Libers has made the best apple on goods Brirg on your produce Witt gauz of Stephensport made a plea ant call at for the new Presbyterian church in this tb a office yesterday sale In our community this year he sold Mr Richard May accompanied by his town now soon to be built Mrs S S Watklns and children are In 1200 barrels for J00 Jonas Lyons being Mr bedside uf ber brother Â¬ daughter Miss Lucy is visiting his E J Seaton of Glendeane a promi- Owensboro at the the pui chaser who daughter Mrs Steine at Sicramentot nent farmer of that section is visiting his Griffith Mary Is very ill of Louisville will ar Â¬ FAIN IN c tints Marshall Miss Mr and Mrs William Kindle enter Â¬ Ky brother Owen Seatou at Mattingly and rive Friday and remain until Munday the THE BACK ALL ILLS young sllyerites of our neigh Â¬ tained the Mr and Mrs G W B ar I and V G was in this city yesterday and said that guest of Miss Llnnle DHuy DIABBTBS KIDMBT8 who borhood lost night and tho least we can Babbage left yesterday to attend the Miss Ruth Mattingly of Henderson everybody with the exception of Jeff DRorsr BLADDER baa been the guest ot her oousin Mi a Berth say 1b that every one had a grand time Methodist anuul conference at Hoplinj Owen and W 0 Moorman were for Mattingly has GRAVEL URINAItr returned home Misses Ida aud Cora Neafus two of the vlllo McKlnley So he says BTG ETC ORGANS Mr and Mrs Will Jolly and daughters James It 6klllman a promising young Misses Lela and Anna were tho guests of Mr fairest young belles of Louisville who have been visiting relatives and friends lawyer of this city has associated him- Â¬ and Mrs Tnos Lewis last week Misses Allls Should TJao self with Hon George W Jolly of Florence Lrwls Greenwood Lonlo Hhodes and for the past few weeks returned to their U uL L I UH 1 C 35 YEARS SUCCESS spent Sunday in liardiusburg home Saturday Owensboro and have formed the law with Mr and Mrs Win Mattingly 3337LAJPEXT1TiTVI Sklllman to practice in Miss Lissie Oummlngs who is teaching Mrs Noah Greenwel who has been Iflrm of Jolly this county Any business put into their school at Toblnsport Ind visited Miss Ida tho guest of her pareuts Mr and Mrs Lunch With W J Bryan Welssenberger Saturday and Sunday hands will receive prompt and careful Cowley returned home Saturday ac Of tho sixteen persons who partook ot Miss Bena Moser Evansvllle who spent J attention cqmpanied by her sisters Misa Leuelland several pleasant weeks with her sister Mrs Senator Blackburns lunch to Mr Bryan We are lust back from the city with a Wm Ilofflui returned home Thursday Cowley and Mrs Rueso four were from Madison county Hon Rev I B Tlmberlakt arrived yesterday full and beautiful line of full and wlu IT IS A SUPERB T0N1G and and Mrs W Its Smiti and Hon and Jessa Young one of our enterprising morning Irum Salem Ind and will be the ANTlD Agents lo sell Groceries in jour ter millinery which we will display at guest of Mr and Mrs 0 W Moorman exerts n wonderful influence in Mrs W T Tevls Tho table was beauti Â¬ Sarah Scott a colored woman of this young men left Saturday for St Louis county malit or female Address with tump our Grand Opening Friday and Sajur- L K CASEY after a stay of leveral In pursuit of his fortune Jesse the best strengthening Miss Louie Rhodes ber system by fully and artistically decorated Tho city wlillo eating supper was summons and references No 410 Scot ht Covington Ky days with her cousin Miss Florence Lewis ay Dont fall to see our patterns la that prosperity driving tbrougb the proper chan- Â¬ menu consisted of ahoat roasted whole by Goilehu says to put up her plate and Wednes Â¬ wishes of the writer to ber home at Irvlngton oveltles etc we will have with us again returned Commiuionera Notice and happiness forever shadow your path Down roasted mutton country day nel nil impurities Health and Southboiled baked chicken chicken sal kneel lu prayer She did go and prayed Anni Moormans Administrator ItaintirT this season expert city trimmers who Mr Julius Hardin and daughter Mls Clara ham rum 0 oclock p to until 3 oclock in Aralust understands this art and will give satis Â¬ were the guests of Mr and Mrs TUTuusey strcnotli are Guaranteed to result id Kentucky salt rising bread cucum Â¬ tho morning Loral preachers wero sent Hiram Moorman c Defendant Trimbles Common Sense Churn Clara The parti to this action re htrehy notified that faction to one and all Miller k Light Sunday Miss School remained to enter tne bers tomatoes old Kentucky corn bread fortoasalot hrr in hor prayers They tho uudtrsignwl Coinnilssismr will hear- - prool F Fraize Is my agent in this city from Its use Uloverport High foot eighteen My wife touching nnv nml nil Kentucky beaten biscuits coflee sweet shouted and saiif He will alter tialug una bedridden forFUMALK month old his office In ILrdiusburisof the issue la this case st Leave your orders with him Give tnu this KKQU UltAUrlUlU3 Ky keglanlnjron J rWay LATOlt or two months U Ketlinir well ami coutlnuui sai until suA ROYAL Baking Powder atteud to them and fill them promptly and butter milk vanilla and caramol ico time religion and before tho dawn of October id J M JOUNSON Malvern Ark testimony I Completed JklfII Mahksbkhbv Agent cream pineapple sberbert and cakes day she waa t uuly aud happily convert- Â¬ Highest ot nil la leavening Given unler rnv hand thssistday ofScptembO llBlll BlUDrlEU UE0UUTOK CO iTUMTi fli every Breckenridge County Itichraoud Register ftlfUtUt ed iA V i 11 A till AUK Muster Com It C C tela IT all DruijIsU at 1100 per kettle MtrtBglh V S Ooysvtwwai Reeart HARDINSBURG CREAM Liver Ilk Secret of Beauty You Will Hit the Nail on the I J g HEAD BAKING Â¬ Â¬ IHWMli Â¬ Doyou know th is WE ARE GOING TO DO g Tutts Liver Pills YOU NEVER SAW I IF YOU ARE LEVEL g Â¬ Â¬ r SULZERS n fimmmmmmmimmKK J M NEHAN CO i Â¬ Silver Men favor Bryan Gold Men favor McZinley Â¬ The Bargain Providers Â¬ Â¬ 11 1 Â¬ GEO YEAKEL CO Â¬ WANTED TO BUY Â¬ Â¬ pnTTrPVF GOOD SMOOTH Â¬ Geldin gsl hands high 4 to years old WINTBHSjniTHS 151 to c H U u B broke to trot under saddle and absolutely sound Will be at Cloverport Ky FEMALE REGULATOR TiwrAy Sept 24th y 1896 L H HUDSON Danville Ky OASTOnXA W gk W1 WW fcpqy M 7 J NEXWS Sinking TSqFSBBHfiSHBfiK 6 Highest of all In Leavening Power Latest U 5 THE BREOKKNRIDGR Got Report GLOYHRPORT KY Uke biliousness cured by THE FARMER Typhoid CLIFTON MILLS Creek Wanted Open School Begln- sChlnoh BsgsOn Csne Ivv SI Powder Absolutely pure currency W til not lliono interest d in Breckenridge News forviiii tho Trciwary IVpnrtineiit tc c the ry out thw lKlcy proclaim stoiuv WKDNKSDAY SrlTKMHKK 2 ISM country mid to the vnrld Hint the liun drtnl millions ofdolhirvot a1d rtwetr plcM by lw In the Treasury foi the nurjHvm o rnlf erultip Iliited States note cannot meet the dtmand ujhih it mid that inoro bom must Ih issued not only to maintain it but to wilnrve it as hero CHANGE IN JOHN GS MIND should be iuixed upon it the additional burden of the redemption ol f aitSMMV of silver wrtitVatw ami V17WS of sil- Â¬ ver dollars noi in circulation assuvat Rpgarding the Backing of Our ins Ws4VVM7 which with the Vuited States uotos aiul Treasury note under Dollars the act of IStV placontoUl bunion nivin the Rdd rtnlemj tion fund of SM7W t- - Ftver Rioiiq Whnt He Necdi As Well At Tho La boring Mna pUonsonr stomach tudlgestlon are rromrtly 1 tools Wis They do their wotk Liver Ills JACOB Peddler dyspepsia heaJsche eonsti NICOLA It a Standard of Finance Which Flncri SilrerOn a Footing With Gold Thn Single Standard Ruins Both Atlanta CxilnkMv SUDDEN Under the former rulinjni of the Treas Â¬ ury provtdiui for the mhmption of His Letter Iuitoil State and Treasury notes acyre pithiS St7l9tlolti out of the pld re- Â¬ serve of oue hundred millions it imo His Latest Argument Reverses the tiuestiiuahle whether the relemptivMi fund was not too Muall to ive rontUltnc Present Systom a to the ability of the liovernment to sustain this olicy and now hiin doubled the liability upon the pM n wrve what cffiHTt will this announce Â¬ And Paves the Way For Bond Is- ment by the Jxvretary of the Irrasury haw upon the connMeiice of the people sues Without End Faulkners in the ability of the Government to main- Â¬ Keen Analysis tain it United States notes haw bewmie soaree aud are not so easily conctTael for the purpose of drawiuc larye sums of wKl frem the Federal Treasury but the Wamushtms l C September W The extraordinary letter vt SvrvUry silver certificate and silwr djliar are Carl ddrvsel to J V Helm of the nnxiiey fouml AIMOST loufevilir juWibil this tuorninf ACUSIVSl IS OIUCVl THXN ttracted nnlerblt attention at the va At this tiwe and can Iv eavly ami rap Â¬ V idly aocttttiulatovl for the purpose of vle rious jvlitio heUiarter to vUy IHvJally J this true of the statement of mandmc of th Treasury their ieVewpt In Kn in old under this new declaration the Secrrtary in which he sy orxler to tuaintain the larity unvler Heli of the future cvrfe of the Tnary IV twavlitiotv vfroe coinajv1 the liowra parteat It prestats more vKnitely went w ouul be tfotMptltd from the Iv and cearythvn any action errtKwo taVen by the Treasury it intent w to irhminc to eivhanjre M for silver k lars and the parvr rvW5utAtiws he lUco this Uoveraiwtifit abroiwtely nadr the contrvw of the VaaVers of this vmc ewr vleA5uUl jus it o evrhAacv W for it jwn note when dewiaaJisl try and VNsnpe xnni to h aw to tee After earefttlly roahac the letter Chair the deteftttiiMtioft ts to the Ume aan WUner of the lVunvtaik- C aiwoat of tW iMrrva of the iateret Mates to Ktxiwl lHHMittte thw iftermvw bearinc Km of trve vhe maiMhuM live Matement old itMKUrd 1 haw o irv vHitN vwvsWVncvx v vv hetttauoft i sayiMt tbat if this is tke i u us virs I have real the irtk of Swtvwuy jxwwj Jo cowr Ue IaiteJ ia CariV ty toatlinxa o the- future aader the cvvxl staaxWnl 1 aw J air regret tht he ecrewty of wkdetrttuiaei t vu e be aaJ ry aoaM have xaaoaoctsi a hw th reoe w be to so tSat tkis ta T ixxlwy heh iait a of ia aacukiUttoa of vaae aod 4r4aair at aoe mmxhu oar erreay and hy oyktriMtNta of th -ki atoavr Voder emmsary a v a4 taraoe owc the cvW fraUlor oa or aaaoal uMre- ta OMMry X aWfctMal i r fc-av w i tit I A of fomac ib twd rvwwrw raVj f i tios KhwttxMttmt k cMMiaa issaxat iatr Uy aaJ Xfcrvp 40 mm to aa wL Kod to varry oat iW yley tins eil s tle aooity wao biteve ia Aa ta t Wtor of the etrMv tW Jaty of ttof Jbe Twarr 1 hjul aot wmww toaa iaaaruk initjtmitmtt ry yifrtaarJ by tft tke Aawnciaa ajva I he woa Kk uic th vie 44 Mr CiriuJ haw a to ryosfrtx tarVvC w tty nvn ceruAwt aad iilttf dv4 V Have W lay w tiia vair ta wua It s aot far dram tr ror w xvi dvviar r Marvfciac omaa4 CtMMataritaa Otara Aeaarl w pss ny aWCwr to Uaetr raowwr Maay of ttaa fc l ri tVmm ttte jsVx y amwMMrd Vj U or ut Jair M W wjl 0rijK a KtW ym lao itoai f Moj its M re c i ew tV TMMuy ia crotd Tiao w tt i tvttrkN v 4aw o lao wo m T VOa w caiJL tawir r- - ttxarv tiMr mWib I a bote adWkv wai v w est Unmt U ifck x AuiC Stwur Oiiie ata aMM iiuMr awfcrtao tfcj Ki t r Mjaoats tW IVatwt I ktw hN aJiJe M avis twaiKt Jbasr i laAta Ti My We awf tCfcjtatMviua v rt aVaxJty Uaaa aay ar jra aai v tafs l reicj- m 1V W avW M oar nam MhawaAc A M Virj uw iraocM oaaov rs n W l u jaLit tax Â¬ Â¬ - According to Statements Made In al laid ra ai III n recent editorial Tho riiiladel phln lrwonPof the best in formed or Â¬ pins ol tho money power ascribe the present condition of tho farmer to tho fact that several thousand wuro earners who would onlinarily buy lauely of his product are now without employment To strengthen the proposition The ricta undertaVes at some length to enu- Â¬ merate tho unemployed laboriii men of the United State iv if Ignorant of the fart that such a calculation was in itself ono of the very strengtst argument in favor of bimetallism Tito lVfssestttuatrs that the immWr of laboring men diMnisl from the vari- Â¬ ous industrial and manufacturing estab-Â¬ lishments of the country on account of hanl time is no less than 2073W Since these tigure are furnished by one of the organ of the money power the charye of rxaggv ation can hardly be preferred by the advocates of the sin Â¬ gle gold standard To pnxvtnl with the argument it must be couceded that the failure of 207SiV men to buy of the farmer in the usual tjuautity is calculat Â¬ ed to injure him in a very great meas- Â¬ ure but Justin this connection the question arios how doe it happen that such a vast army to men as the one rep Â¬ resented by the rUures is idle aud un- Â¬ employed lxyal to the Republican theory of pro- Â¬ tection The Press attribute the present condition of tliincs in this country to the Wilson taritl bill Obviously how ewr to one who has studied the merits of the question this explanation is alto- Â¬ gether isKiKient The diferenco be Â¬ tween the tarifl amicr the Wilson bill which awrages alvt W per cat arxl that nmler the McKialey bill which awrages obottt 4 per cent is entirely too small to aceoaat for seh conditions asthrw wtich prevail at this tiruo To ssnle the root of these eils it is aoivsary to toach upon the atoaey qaes tioa The reason whv so maay mrils are idle aad so maay tboaunl iaboriag ae are throws oat of emjioyuet is rally expUiaod by th fact that more atoAey neJed ia nrcahusoa Aay other expjiaatMi is ahcprhr too rer sV aad aat she wlaaie of the ear tlltM oirf frpm Ut wtrVI In lwrka ha Ihhmi right sick for twelvu day easily ait thoroughly B lamw Mr AJ Uyc ha Wen on the sick Best after dinner pills Scents Att drufirtsts list some daj a Prepared by I Hood A Ox Lowell Mass Sins Xeon Ilaynrs coutinms viry The oniy rill to take with Hoods 8arsaparllla low with caticvr CHINCH BUGS School liegan Monday with Miss Nellie GiHxlman teacher Mr Annie rxaticliamp nte Annie The Probability of Damage by Chinch Bugs this Fall and Prospects of Whit worth i very lck ol txphoid fe- Â¬ Jrrso Hoods lQ a from Louisvile will visit every house in this county and show you the hest asortment of DRY GOODS NOTIONS ETC the very lowest prices and guarantee fair and honest dealings Wait for him an ISo 111 fake ver Clias Ivudenhelmrr is arranging to start hi saw mill as soon m he ran get set Their Reappearance Ntxt Year KCVTITKY HCRCU John Hatfields family have Wen tick and chilling but all are Utter at this date II C Haddocks family haw been chilling for some weeks but all are on foot again Lewi Norton killed a rattle snake Satunlay as he came owr to Clifton to the Haynescolt show John Keith of Cloverport came up last Friday and put np a monument to the grave of Dr Parks wife Wm Powell of Morgantown was here last week attending to busintsa for the Cincinnati Cooperage Co Dr Darks says he dosed out more medicine one day last wee than any one day since he Wgun practicing Squirrel were newr so numerous and destructive to corn as this year but at life present rate of hunting will not last Ion It is Wirig discowred tbat there are considerable chinch bugs on cane but it is thought that the molasoes will be alright Some of onr CKfton Kir are on the look of work those in need of help offer them a job and we will insure them to go in the Iua Reaucbaaip has recovered from typbotd Mrs Feauchampand Carlton much improved coavabscing a rapidly a could be expected Bro II F Beani is representing Clifton church in Presbyteny coawaed last week at Short church Oraysoc coaaty B A Parks fell while at work oa Ms brothers hoase aad broke ami fractured soate of his ribs Iroat w hkfc he has sasT- ereJ severely for a week the which Creek reay yiuoa j pcfti etw ciai Jeatioa this coaatty fv siiwr to iaonooi by s ooiaAce wroatiaae ftaedard There isat aay wheat groaad ia laowtoike hrokea yet aad hat Mule which has tovaiied ia talk aboat sowia aay at all is this seo the past lw yeai is af tioa Seod wheat w ill be BiaVlt to pro rijhs the reMoratioB of the comaker 1 is to the siacie goid rd XVW va acvl te uac eahaie - sMw tvi vffort threJoro that oar preaeat hxnSips are vae laetead of beait iac the luater by givias eatpioyateat to hiV labor The FfciSMteiphia IVk woVi Ve the kahoriac ates t 4i eoaatoy ia leass ry pravrria g Uw iaaqaitoms jhVr vhich is aow a ofWHtioa Bat wiV the sisV coil siUrd is has iajare4 the immtr ia a two ssi atraare la the arsi pWe it has reoWea the ralme of his ptodaets aad ia the piace to qaoe the fcagys of The PhiUtfcphia Presj ji has jJawx eabreiy uVra away from Ium the traie oi orx00 camoiufjv tastoiJ f auktax aa astaawa ac the siarV 4i staakiaol by s oottag that the pmsut roalMaaa of ihr kmtc is iae to Mae other oaaso Ta-- luta4 rexlly phu es a scraag tai eoanacta argaaaeat ia btvc hait iJvja If the iatakK has saSTrmit cnev oaij the roasoa coam ri ia the c sAe4 by The Psvs it is ais aw s4t Va the luaaf xad the Zitr iag avia haoe aibe saJieiJ roaa hanafa tV of the sMule coJd si- fco 1 eare Joe M Fitea assisted by Eirar Wheeler is raisiac a porUoe of htshonse baidiac aew iaes aukiag other ehacues that will dd greatly to the coat fort of his reshieare The Moreslcck dragist Imwu and Statistic 0iug to the continued presence in great numbers of the fhiuch bug aud the apprehension 3 ofdamsgeby them to growiug wheat in fall and the probability of their ap- Â¬ the pearance again next year the Hurt an of Agriculture dtsires to submit the follow- Â¬ 5 ing information as to the nature and habits of this pest Prof Garman Entomologist of Ken- Â¬ tucky Agricultural Experimental Station says of the chinch bug From its history it seems improbable that any Tery serious injury will be done to fall wheat but the presence of the bugs in the fields this fall make probable injiry OLOVERPORT KY for the next season So much depends on the weather Wtween now and then DANIKL BROOKS J M HARPKB J C BOUKSK however that it la unsafe to predict any- Â¬ thing It we have a damp fall and win- Â¬ CO BROOKS BOUBNE ter many bugs will succumb to disease it it is dry during the fall and winter the probability is that the bugs will be des- Â¬ tructive next year The adult chinch bugs hibernate under rubbish at the edge of the rieldand the farmers should see to it that no such lurking places are left for them An unsparing employ- Â¬ OATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP ment of fire owr waste places will do much to destroy them LOUISVILl E KY This information is furnished with the BOURBON STOCK YARDS hope that it will receive the attention its importance demands It may W well to remember that this State only escapÂ¬ ed serious injury from thissoeree this W II 11 fa V year by reason of the abundant rainfall 11A ffV Ylf A VT Mlr 1tlu en ronsiraxacsu Hotaiia wf inre brtier Ucilltlei than other house in haTtn at critical periods rajs Svanee ltnre frt n txtsss y a r pel joa tie top price and pajr spot ouli not ta hb trtrtl s 2i jJt rzr vool aaJ tana produce direct to LrcA Moore Commissioner of Acriculture HERNDON LOUISVHLE XT HO Tilrd Street cr 313 ta 3X9 Sarrell Court Rer Mark Miner a Daakard minister of Deckers Point Pa says be caarecora aead CbiiuWrtiins Pais Balm to any RATES Tho llu locUd oee ia need of a good liaieaent aad that ZV PCR DAY 2 Mtei in tri city fafcySa he considers it the best he bas ever used Paia Rita is especially raaabte for rbenaulkcu Uae back sprains swril iag cats braises bar aad seakis It is oae of tbe most reaurkable atedkivs ia existeaee aad its erct will loth sur- Â¬ prise aad debght yoa For stale at aad rests per bottle by A R Fisber Or AontCULTlBK FOR SALE 40000 three and four year old Ben Davis per 100 apple trees at All other apple trees from two to three years old at cents each Pear Plum Peach trees at 7 per 100 and Cherrj trees 25 cents each Will deliver at the above prices for cash Address WM S ASHBY HARPER Commission Salesmen of Live Stock r WOOL WOOL A- Jk f CARTER CO GARRETT HSS0 uz 5s ou I S VILLE Ky -- Uxt rlvf rJ aft UrtJy rrvrasthw lor Jbe fmic w hvh porta Nkar a Jbe raals o it 1 atJfw W n tk m iuat rl taijw ai tinaiii ai iat u rj et aaij ia M-nr- ts art kiv it vt fr kjar ttru tM -- AvkI mtc o4ftrap svw l IV tM Uui r Um Urav mn ttivw vat NMrwl m Uie i MtO m hu AiCtu ka Orwrt MDsd i 2 oat Xrar sst vtau amdicua rewi M sW m wlsr 7Ctt ycyxiA W cwM w MrMMV f a 3ec iW m fka l aU KfitBK ifli AefieJ w tte twxst a Ure jjfcAi J wm v tfct oowMxy ve vxW tW Ai u wc JkCaj Mitie y v a Axurs nmiaumut ai KmAtw rd Jes utti v jr tint ixyt UM Tim urn t 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